Five ways older Australians can embrace technology to redefine later life
Australians are living longer, and digital technologies could help them take control of retirement.
Where there’s smoke there’s fire: early cancer detection through fine-print mapping of blood vessel growth
Our new algorithm maps new blood vessel growth with more fidelity to quickly zero in on early-stage cancers.
Sorry everyone: on the internet, you’re always the product
Name almost any app. Your data is probably being tracked.
The way we walk can be used to power and secure our devices
When we walk or move, we create kinetic energy in a way that is unique to each of us. Our latest research shows that it’s so unique, it can be used to authenticate who we are.
Cloud, backup and storage devices: how best to protect your data
How can we manage our data effectively while making sure it remains safe?
Data science sniffs out illegal substances crossing borders
Record numbers of people and products moving between countries has meant keeping out contraband has become increasingly challenging. That's why we're using advanced data analytics to help detect potential border security risks posed by travellers, visa applicants, cargo and parcels.
Interronauts | Episode 2: Spartan ants, graphene from soybeans, VNs, and a chat with Antarctica
Episode 2 of Interronauts—the CSIRO podcast—has Jesse, Sophie, and Adrian discussing new ways to make graphene, the reliability of VPNs, and chatting with Asaesja Young live (podcast live) from Antarctica!
Tinker, Torrentor, Streamer, Spy: VPN privacy alert
We looked at 283 Android VPN apps and discovered the very reason users install these apps – to protect their data – is the very function they are not performing.
Tuning in to Amazon biodiversity
When we imagine the Amazon rainforest, we tend to picture a kingdom of tropical greenery - a flurry of squawks, motion and colour. In reality, it’s becoming increasingly uninhabited. We're working to create a continuous wireless network of sensors to monitor the activity of species and better understand biodiversity loss.
Blockchain is useful for a lot more than just Bitcoin
While Bitcoin gets all the attention, the blockchain technology it's based on could have applications across business and government.
The Nightmare Machine: artificial intelligence gets spooky
Our team at Data61 and the MIT Media lab set out to find what unites us in our phobia, and what terrifies us on a universal scale.