A collection of videos from our archives.
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.
Just as the microwave oven has revolutionised the way many people approach cooking, microwave reactors are set to revolutionise the world of chemistry.
A New Look at the Sun (1970)
The Culgoora radioheliograph records second-by-second pictures of the Sun's radio-emission at a wavelength of 3.75 meters. Located in northern New South Wales, the giant circular array of 96 aerials provides Australian radio-astronomers with a unique method of studying the violent but short-lived explosions which occur on the Sun's surface.
The recovery of minerals from ores is an important industry and much depends on the correct assessment of the valuable minerals in the ore and on the efficiency of the processing. Traditional assaying methods don't give the metallurgist all the information he really needs.
WLAN – The Next Generation (1993)
As portable computers become more widespread as business tools there is an increasing need for wireless connectivity. This video shows […]
The C.S.I.R. Research Facilities – Part 4: Secondary Industry (1946)
The fourth of five films on C.S.I.R.’s research facilities, produced for the Commonwealth Scientific Conference held in London in 1946.
Cotton Seed Distributors 50 years – The partnership
In 2017 Cotton Seed Distributors (CSD), the only company that supplies cotton seed to Australian cotton growers, celebrated their 50th anniversary. CSD put together this video to highlight the important partnership with CSIRO to develop and market cotton that benefits growers' bottom line and is good for the environment and for rural communities.