Radar and the birth of radio astronomy in Australia at Collaroy Plateau
Scientists from CSIRO, supported by the Royal Australian Air Force, observed radio waves emitted from the Sun at the Collaroy Plateau air and sea defence radar station during WWII.
Weather and environmental prediction
Through the Collaboration for Australian Weather and Climate Research (CAWCR), we created systems for predicting Australia’s air quality, weather and […]
BIOCLIM – the first species distribution modelling package
BIOCLIM is a species distribution modelling system created by CSIRO in partnership with the Federal Government’s Bureau of Flora and Fauna.
Australian Cadmium Minimisation Strategy
Overview Australia has adopted a strategy to maintain safe levels of cadmium in its agricultural soils and produce: an important […]
Ngara – next-wave wireless technology that is optimising the wireless spectrum and helping connect more Australians in more places.
Wireless technologies have revolutionised the way we communicate and do business. From the first television broadcast to today’s adoption of […]
The Soil Carbon Research Program (SCaRP)
Soil organic carbon is a complex and varied mixture of materials and makes up a small but vital part of […]