A collection of videos from our archives.
CSIRO Medals 2006 – Research achievement – Dr John Church
John Church (CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research). For his world-recognised research leading to significant improvement in understanding the rate of sea level rise.
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.
Yellow Dog Dingo (1978)
Wildlife scientists track and observe the dingo across Central Australia and the east coast. They conclude that there is nothing simple about dingo management.
The echidna (or spiny ant-eater) (1969)
This film, designed principally for zoology students, shows echidnas in the field and in the laboratory - their feeding behaviour and the suckling of the young.
‘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.
Dust Mites (2009)
The many millions of people around the world with house dust mite allergies will be pleased to know that the first comprehensive book on the mites has just been published.
HIAF – The Electronic Peashooter (1984)
This film looks at a new resource available to the minerals and energy industries, a machine which provides detailed information at atomic and molecular levels.