How do hydrogen-powered cars work?
Hydrogen is considered a fuel of the future. So how do hydrogen-powered cars work and how will our new refueller station in Victoria work?
Top 2020 science moments you may have missed
Our scientists are delivering practical solutions to real challenges. So we're bringing the 2020 science moments you may have missed.
How we can help Australian businesses
The Director of CSIRO Futures, James Deverell, shares his thoughts on the key takeaways for Australian businesses as we enter 2021.
How we’re reimagining the future of plastics
It's National Recycling Week and we're on a mission! We're developing a major research program to reimagine the future of plastics.
Solar forecasting helping to predict the future
Clouds all have one thing in common: they affect the amount of energy solar panels produce. So, what is solar forecasting and why is it so important?
Unfriendly fungi: Dealing with a mouldy house
It’s manky. It’s musty. It’s … mould. Anthony Wright, scientist and former building designer, gives us some top tips on how to deal with mould in your house.
Unmasking Australia’s first surgical face mask testing facility
We have opened Australia’s first accredited face mask testing facility to assist manufacturers in fast-tracking the supply of masks for hospital staff.
Roadmap to runway: Getting hydrogen off the ground
Carbon-free air travel is closer than you think. Our report with Boeing looks at how we can decarbonise the commercial aviation industry with hydrogen.
Sea-lebrating our new fish-free omega-3 oils
Omega-3 oils are traditionally sourced from fish. But now we have a less fishy alternative using marine micronutrients extracted from the ocean.
Smooth sailing: fire-resistant cladding for ships, ahoy!
We helped a Tasmanian-based manufacturer create a new and improved fire-resistant cladding for ships to keep you fire-safe on land, and at sea.
Meet our researcher: Dr Jurg Schutz
Dr Jurg Schutz is part of the team helping Australian businesses manufacture face masks. He gives us the low down on this research.