A collection of videos from our archives.
The Pleuro Story (1973)
Bovine Contagious Pleuropneumonia was once the most-dreaded disease of the Australian cattle industry. Introduced into Australia in 1858, it spread to all the major cattle areas causing the loss of livestock markets, both local and overseas.
Flu Cure (1999)
After years of research and testing, there’s finally a drug that can attack the influenza virus.
CSIRO Medals 2005 – Chairman’s Medal – RNA Interference team
Peter Waterhouse and colleagues (CSIRO Plant Industry). For leading research in one of the most high profile, commercially relevant areas of modern molecular biology, RNA interference (RNAi).
CSIRO Medals 1992 – Research achievement – Fast Fourier Transform Technology Team
John Ables, Colin Jacka, John O’Sullivan, Geoff Poulton, J.D. Bunton and the Fast Fourier Transform Technology Team (CSIRO Radiophysics). For […]
CSIRO Medals 1997 – Research achievement – Mr Paul Gottlieb
Paul Gottlieb (CSIRO Minerals). For his development of the QEM*SEM system for mineral analysis.
RoadCrack - an innovative vision technology that automates the task of surveying the nation’s roads with a capacity to detect cracks one millimetre wide from beneath the chassis of a moving vehicle.
Fire can be a Friend (1980)
Fire is a natural part of the Australian environment. Fire has been such a dominant factor that many native plants […]
Australia’s ups and downs (1999)
Inland Australia was once a large prehistoric sea. A new computer modeling technique shows how the sea disappeared.