A collection of videos from our archives.
I can see through you (1998)
A new X-ray technique that can produce much more detailed and sharper pictures.
CSIRO Medals 2003 – Lifetime Achievement – Dr Doug Cocks
Doug Cocks (CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems). For over 20 years, Dr Cocks has led research groups which used trans-disciplinary methods to pioneer and demonstrate multi-valued approaches to land use planning and management.
CSIRO Medals 2006 – Business Excellence Medal – John Shaw and the Intellection Team
John Shaw and colleagues (CSIRO Minerals, CSIRO Corporate Commercialisation team and Intellection Pty LTd). For successfully transforming an innovative technical concept – Quantitative Evaluation of Minerals using Scanning Electron Microscopy (QEM*SEM) – into a vibrant, well capitalized, and rapidly expanding ‘born global’ company: Intellection Pty Ltd.
CSIRO Medals 1988 – Dr Ken McCracken
Kenneth McCracken (CSIRO Office of Space Science and Applications). For leadership in space activities in Australia and for achievement in […]
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.
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.
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.
Mysteries of the Leeuwin (1988)
This documentary examines the nature and impact of the Leeuwin Current, the great surge of warm water which travels down the coast of Western Australia and into the Bight each winter. It is the only current off the western edge of the continent that carries warm water to the poles.