A collection of videos from our archives.
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.
CSIRO Chairman’s Medal 2003 – Dr Greg Constable, Dr Danny Llewellyn and their teams
Greg Constable and Dr Danny Llewellyn and colleagues (CSIRO Plant Industry). For their contributions to the development and delivery of […]
CSIRO Medals 2004 – Lifetime Achievement – George Harley
George Harley (Corporate Property). Over the past 19 years he has led the multi-disciplinary Corporate Property team to rationalise, consolidate […]
Swansong for Sprightly (1985)
For over forty years, the 42 metre war-time tug, Sprightly, has been putting to sea on a variety of important missions, originally as a salvage vessel in the North Atlantic and most recently as a research vessel for CSIRO.
Insect erections (1997)
Inspecting insect penises to distinguish between cotton destroying moth species.
Multibeam Antenna (1992)
This video describes the benefits of CSIRO’s Division of Radiophysics new antenna design for geostationary satellites.
CSIRO Medals 1991 – Research Achievement – Bill Trahar
Bill Trahar (CSIRO Mineral and Process Engineering). For developments in the flotation method of mineral separation.
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.