A collection of videos from our archives.
CSIRO Medals 2006 – Research achievement – Ken Atkinson Textile and Fibre Technology Team
Ken Atkinson and colleagues (CSIRO Textile and Fibre Technology). For inventing a new method for producing multifunctional carbon nanotube yarns and transparent sheets that have a unique range of physical properties.
CSIRO Medals 1996 – Chairman’s Medal – Prof Graham Harris and the Port Phillip Bay Environmental Study Team
Graham Harris and colleagues (CSIRO Project Office, CSIRO Coal and Energy Technology; Mathematics and Statistics; Oceanography; Fisheries). For their work on the $12M four-year Port Phillip Bay environmental study resulting in a model of the Bay system.
Singing Piano (2001)
An innovation in piano design is creating the sweetest piano sounds you’ve ever heard. It’s a mathematical fact.
Oil from plants (1998)
Instead of drilling into the ground or the ocean for industrial oils, they will soon come from a renewable, environmentally […]
CoalTrol, an advanced process control system for coal preparation plants. By using signals from COALSCAN (another CSIRO system for analysing ash content in coal), the CoalTrol system makes adjustments in plant equipment to ensure the plant produces coal with the specified ash content.
Research facilities of the C.S.I.R. (1946)
Part 1 of a series of five films on C.S.I.R.'s research facilities, produced for the Commonwealth Scientific Conference held in London in 1946.
CSIRO Medals 2005 – Research achievement – Total Wellbeing Diet research team
Manny Noakes, Peter Clifton and colleagues (CSIRO Health Sciences and Nutrition). For the body of scientific research that led to the development of the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet.
Aboriginal wetland burning in Kakadu (2005)
Traditional ecological knowledge is being used in powerful combination with Western science to enhance the biodiversity and cultural values of wetlands in Kakadu National Park in Australia's Northern Territory.