Should I stay or should I go?
Yesterday we showed you some of our guys inside the lab, today you get to see what we do when […]
Magpies preparing for air attacks
Spring is here and magpies around Australia are getting ready to swoop. So what helmets and adaptions are best to keep the swooping birds at bay?
Eye can see clearly now
Many people across Australia have had a lot of late nights lately, eagerly watching and hoping that they will see […]
Australia creates world’s first continental-scale mineral maps
The new suite of mineral maps will enable mining companies to increase the efficiency and viability of their exploration efforts. […]
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 […]
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 […]
Exploring from the sky
Satellites are used for a number of purposes military observation, communication, navigation, weather and research. We have used satellite data […]
The more the merrier – farmers must diversify to survive
Broadening the mix of agricultural enterprises could help farmers protect themselves from the long-term impacts of climate variability, according to […]
Australian scientist awarded a Royal Medal from the Royal Society London
Internationally recognised chemist Professor Andrew Holmes has been awarded the 2012 Royal Medal – the only Australian in 10 years […]