A collection of videos from our archives.
CSIRO Medals 1993 – Chairman’s Medal – Dr Graeme Caughley
Graeme Caughley (CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology). For his research achievements and leadership in the field of vertebrate ecology.
CSIRO Chairman’s Medal 2017 – Cereal rust disease prevention
Awarded to our agriculture and food rust researchers for contributing to global food security by protecting cereal crops against rust […]
What to do About CO2? (1984)
This program, presented by Jeffrey Watson, explores all the main aspects of the question: What is CO2? Why is it increasing? What effects will this have and what are the options for dealing with it?
CSIRO Medals 2007 – Chairman’s Medal – The Gigabit Wireless Team
Ian Davis and the Gigabit Wireless Team (CSIRO ICT Centre). For their outstanding research and development of the world’s fastest and most spectrally efficient 6 gigabit per second wireless millimetre-wave communications link.
Flight Line One: Controlled Burning from Aircraft (1971)
This remarkable film record of marsupial birth shows mating, the female's preparation for the birth of her young and, finally, the birth itself.
New Mineral Detector (1978)
SIROTEM embodies Australian solutions to the shortcomings of overseas electronic devices trying to detect minerals hidden beneath our difficult types of soil.
In the late 1950's Australian agronomists realised that the native pastures of northern Australia had to be supplemented by new legumes to produce high quality feed for cattle.