A collection of videos from our archives.
CSIRO Medals 1999 – Research achievement – The MIEX Team
Mat Ballard and colleagues (CSIRO Land and Water). For the MIEX® project for purifying water.
Window into Space: The Parkes Radio Telescope (1965)
How does a radio telescope work? What do radio signals tell us about the Universe?
CSIRO Medals 1991 – Research Achievement – Viticulture Group
John Possingham and the Viticulture Group (CSIRO Horticulture). For developing new technologies for the mechanisation of Australian viticulture.
CSIRO Medals 1990 – Research Achievement – Specialty Polymers Group
Ezio Rizzardo and the Speciality Polymers Group (CSIRO Chemicals and Polymers). For developing innovative methods of preparing polymeric materials.
To Tag a Shark (1986)
Shark, commonly known as flake, is a widely accepted seafood. It comes from several species of cold water shark. But in the tropical waters north of Australia, there''s another shark fishing industry. Here, Taiwanese and Australian fishermen have been catching the Blacktip shark.
CSIRO Medals 2007 – Research achievement – Prof Shahbaz Khan and the Irrigation Team
Shahbaz Khan and the Water for a Healthy Country Flagship – Irrigation Team (Water for a Healthy Country Flagship). For research that has significantly advanced the sustainable management of Australia’s water resources, specifically within the irrigation sector.
CSIRO Medals 1991 – Chairman’s Medal – Dr Peter Room
Peter Room (CSIRO Entomology). For his work on the biological control of the water weed salvinia. Dr Room helped design and implement projects that cleared salvinia from lakes and rivers in eastern Australia, from 200 square kilometres of lakes in the Sepik flood-plain in Papua New Guinea, and from hundreds of water bodies in Sri Lanka.