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Is there a limit to athletic ability? – Yes, it’s called physics.
By Paul Savage. Theme Leader, Biotechnology, CSIRO (This article first appeared in The Conversation.) In a recent thought-provoking article in […]
How carbon is stored in the Southern Ocean
A team of British and Australian scientists has discovered how carbon is drawn down from the surface of the Southern […]
Applications to use Investigator in 2014-15 – pre-proposals due today!
The new Marine National Facility (MNF) Research Vessel Investigator is currently under construction. Following a commissioning period in 2013-2014, Investigator is […]
The sleek Hawk Moth is built for speed
By Kim Pullen – Australian National Insect Collection Hawk moths are built for speed in the air. Their smooth tapered […]
Australia to catch the wave and hang ten (per cent that is)
Australia’s oceans hold a bounty of energy with 24-hour power, either from the tides, currents or waves. A study by […]
Putting the cool back into wool
By Simon Hunter Thirty years ago wool was cool. And the reason why is because CSIRO had just designed a […]
A whole new world of research possibilities for atmospheric scientists
Opportunities onboard Australia’s new research vessel Investigator Poster by Melita Keywood and Sarah LawsonConstruction of Australia’s new ocean-going research vessel, RV […]
Friday Fish Time
REDFIN: Also known as the English Perch, these blighters were introduced from England in the 1860s for angling and are […]
Who’s ya daddy?
Figuring out which lambs are the offspring of which sheep can be guesswork for sheep producers. A new, low-cost DNA […]
Rich rewards from field trip to northern Australia
Pungalina Field Trip Report from : Gen Perkins, Justin Perry, Eric Vanderduys, Anders Zimny. CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Townsville. In late […]
Safety Incentive Awards at the shipyard!
We recently held the monthly safety incentive awards ceremony at the shipyard and celebrated the ongoing effort everyone’s putting into […]