A collection of videos from our archives.
CSIRO Medals 1995 – Chairman’s Medal – Dr Keith Murray and the AAHL Team
Keith Murray and colleagues (CSIRO Animal Health). For the discovery of a previously unknown equine morbillivirus: a new disease found in horses which can also affect humans.
Sci-five: finalists in the BHP Science Prize (1984)
Sci-Five is a film about five very different young Australians who share an absorbing curiosity about the world. Each of the five has been a finalist in the BHP Science Prize and their projects provide a focus around which we explore their lives in more detail.
‘Born Again’ Soil (1989)
Many of Australia's soils are naturally acid, but others have been rendered acidic by agriculture. Treating these soils with lime in the traditional way improves only a shallow surface layer.
CSIRO Medals 2005 – Business Excellence Medal – Total Wellbeing Diet publication team
Manny Noakes, Dr Peter Clifton and colleagues (CSIRO Health Sciences and Nutrition). For the publication of the CSIRO Total Wellbeing […]
CSIRO Medals 2004 – Research achievement – Rust Disease Resistance Team
Jeff Ellis and the Rust Disease Resistance Team (CSIRO Plant Industry). For the elucidation of the molecular basis of rust […]
CSIRO Medals 2005 – Research achievement – Novosorb team
Pathiraja (Thilak) Gunatillake and colleagues (CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies). For the development of the novel family of biodegradable polymers for advanced biomedical and tissue engineering applications.
Buildings and bushfires (1989)
Many people believe bushfires create such an enormous amount of heat that, when surrounded by a bushfire, their houses may just explode in flames.
Keeping wool in shape (1983)
Australia may no longer "ride on the sheep's back" but wool is still one of our major industries.