CSIRO staff profiles with surnames starting with D.
Mildred Barnard Prentice
Early life Mildred Barnard was born in Melbourne but when she was four the family moved to the newly established […]
Sir John Percival Vissing Madsen [1879-1969]
Sir John Madsen helped pioneer Australian radio and radar research and played a major role in the development of national engineering standards.
Herbert Eric Dadswell [1903-1964]
Dr. H. E. Dadswell was a pioneer in the field of wood anatomy and Australia's foremost expert in eucalypt anatomy.
Bertram Thomas (Bert) Dickson [1886–1982]
Dr Bertram Thomas Dickson was Chief of the Division of Plant Industry until his retirement in 1951.
Alan David Donald
Tertiary education and early career Alan Donald graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) […]
Taisa Demediuk (1922-2011)
Dr Taisa Demediuk began her chemistry career amidst the upheavals of wartime Western Europe. In 1950s Australia, she applied her great intellect and character to almost a decade of research at the CSIRO.
Joanne Christine Daly
Early life Joanne grew up in suburban Sydney in a housing commission suburb. She was the middle of three children. […]
Barrie Dawson [1925-1974]
Dr. Dawson graduated in chemistry from the University of Melbourne in 1945 and then took is PhD at Cambridge as […]