Solar-powered electric vehicles? Guilty as charged
With more electric vehicles on our roads, our habits will change. Soon, we’ll be able to use solar and battery to charge our vehicles, and new tech means smoother charging in warm weather, using energy from our very own homes.
Getting more carbon fibre in our industrial diet
We’re developing world leading carbon fibre to help create a new Australian industry, and spur technological breakthroughs.
White line fever: how road markings save lives
If life is a highway, would you want to ride it all night long if there were no road markings to safely guide your journey?
Baraja @CSIRO: better self-driving cars on the cards
Our start-up savvy and world class facilities have helped put LIDAR company Baraja on the 3D, laser directed map.
Supercapacitor magic, making tram power lines *disappear*
Begone unsightly tram powerlines, we're helping do away with you. All thanks to powerful new supercapacitors.
Meet Our Robot Family
We’re developing robotic systems that help humans perform dangerous tasks, and expanding the Australian robotics industry
Australia’s carbon fibre first
What do Coca Cola, McDonald's, KFC and CSIRO have in common? We all have a secret recipe!
Chitty job: 3D printing a bang-up engine
In a modern take on the classic Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, our team at Lab 22 have 3D printed a replica engine block to give a 1914 race car new wings.
Carbon fibre coup: Secret recipes and super strength
Along with Deakin University, our researchers have cracked the secret code to make a new carbon fibre mix.
Boosting electric car battery performance with a salt bath
A salty bath could make range anxiety a thing of the past.
Time to give a sheet about what your car is made of
Vehicular weight plays a large role in petrol consumption. We've developed a unique technique to use lighter, stronger magnesium panels on cars.