A collection of videos from our archives.
Window into Space: The Parkes Radio Telescope (1965)
How does a radio telescope work? What do radio signals tell us about the Universe?
Billions of dollars are spent each year around the world, monitoring and attempting to control one of the most complex problems of our industrial world - photochemical smog.
CSIRO Medals 1991 – Research Achievement – Bill Trahar
Bill Trahar (CSIRO Mineral and Process Engineering). For developments in the flotation method of mineral separation.
Termite Attack (1990)
Controlling the attack on buildings by termites without resorting to the extensive use of chemical sprays is a major objective of CSIRO's Dr John French.
CSIRO Medals 2010 – Chairman’s Medal – The Livestock Genomics Team
Ross Tellam and the Livestock Genomics Team (CSIRO Livestock Industries). For leadership of two international consortia and scientific contributions dedicated to decoding the genomes of cattle and sheep, positioning Australia as a global leader in transforming animal agriculture.
CSIRO Medals 1999 – Research achievement medal – CSIRO/Parker Thickener Technology Team
John Farrow and the Thickener Technology Team (CSIRO Minerals). For development of new thickener technology for mineral processing.
Rabbit calicivirus (1999)
European rabbits have spread uncontrollably to devastate the Australian environment. However a new virus is starting to take effect.
Visions for the future – Monitoring road transport (1994)
Safe-T-Cam – traffic management system using cameras and computers.