Meet Ziggi Busch: protecting Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property
For the past year, Ziggi has been working to develop CSIRO’s Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property framework, principles and supporting resources. It’s important work, for the aspiring lawyer.
Many Lands, Many Seasons: Indigenous seasonal calendars
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language groups from across Australia have partnered with us to document their seasonal calendars. An ABC TV series now showcases the communities involved in this work.
Indigenous engagement and reconciliation. What are we doing?
How can we solve the greatest challenges of our time if we don't involve every voice? To do our work, or anything that matters, we need to work together. Reconciliation is extremely important to us.
The Winanga-y way: developing Indigenous pathways
We’re recruiting five Indigenous post-doctoral fellows in the area of agriculture and food.
Capturing the Universe in paint and pixels
Parts of the invisible Universe have been captured by Wajarri artist Margaret Whitehurst and by our researchers using the ASKAP radio telescope.
Indigenous-owned ground station supports our NovaSAR-1 satellite research facility
We're working with Australia’s first and only Aboriginal owned-and-operated ground station provider to bring NovaSAR-1 data down to Earth.
The Garragal Project: highlighting the value of Indigenous knowledge
The Garragal Project, managed by Kamilaroi women, will bridge the gap between Indigenous and western science knowledge for plants and animals.
Indigenous Cadetship Program: pushes insect-obsessed student ahead of peers
It's critical to develop the next generation of world-class scientists and engineers. This NAIDOC Week, we chat to Ethan Towns, a Kamilaroi man from New South Wales, about his experience as part of our Indigenous Cadetship Program.
Meet our Indigenous researcher: Marlee Hutton
Meet Indigenous researcher: Marlee Hutton and find out more about her research and projects on Country.
Our Chief Scientist celebrates the sustainability of Indigenous science
Our Chief Scientist, Cathy Foley, celebrates the sustainability of Indigenous science and shares how important it is to her.
Murriyang: Parkes radio telescope receives Indigenous name
The iconic Parkes radio telescope received a special honour from Australia’s first scientists and astronomers: a traditional Indigenous name.