CSIRO staff profiles with surnames starting with C.
Dr Mark Clements
Mark Clements is an Australian botanist and orchidologist, born in 1949. His career spans four decades and in that time, he has discovered about 250 new species of Australian orchids and curated tens of thousands of specimens representing more than 1600 species of Australian native orchids. These specimens are housed in the Australian National Herbarium.
Terry Cutler [1948-2020]
Terrence Austin Cutler made contributions to Australian public policy across extraordinarily wide areas – the arts, telecommunications, science and innovation and design. He was particularly interested in the connections between all these areas of thought.
John (Jack) Stephen Cusack [1935-2007]
Early life Jack Cusack was born in Walpiri country 700 km south-west of Darwin in 1935, but was taken from […]
Dr Megan Clark was appointed to the Board of Rio Tinto and stepped down as Chief Executive of CSIRO 20 […]
John A Church
Stub entry only. Contributios wanted. John Church Principal Research Scientist from CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, received the CSIRO Fellow […]
Graeme James Caughley [1937-1994]
Biography Graeme Caughley was born on 28 September 1937 at Wanganui, New Zealand, into an educated, professional family. He was […]
Biography Greg Constable graduated with a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and a Master of Agricultural Science, University of Sydney. He […]
Douglas Kenneth Cocks
Stub entry only. Contributions wanted Doug Cocks from CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, received in 2003 the CSIRO Medal for Lifetime Achievement […]