A collection of videos from our archives.
Dung Down Under (1972)
Selected species of dung beetles imported from Africa are being mass bred in Australia for release in cattle breeding areas. Early results indicate that they will prove an outstanding example of biological control.
“I Can Never Resist That Challenge” (1980)
This film is essentially a profile of Dr Tom Pressley whose research in the field of textiles makes an excellent case study of how an applied scientist operates.
CSIRO Medals 2006 – Research achievement – Ken Atkinson Textile and Fibre Technology Team
Ken Atkinson and colleagues (CSIRO Textile and Fibre Technology). For inventing a new method for producing multifunctional carbon nanotube yarns and transparent sheets that have a unique range of physical properties.
CSIRO Medals 2004 – Research achievement – High power super-capacitor team
Tony Vassallo, Calum Drummond and High Power Supercapacitor Team (CSIRO Energy Technology and CSIRO Molecular Science). For the development and assistance in the commercialisation of advanced high power small form factor supercapacitors for wireless communication products.
CSIRO Medals 1997 – Research achievement – Mr Paul Gottlieb
Paul Gottlieb (CSIRO Minerals). For his development of the QEM*SEM system for mineral analysis.
Primary Industry Research – C.S.I.R. (1949)
An abridged version of parts 1-3 of Research Facilities of C.S.I.R.
Stingless bees (2001)
Australian native stingless bees pollinate plants, give you honey, and they don’t sting.
Winning with wool (1998)
Sportwool® – A new, comfortable, polyester/wool fabric that is giving athletes a winning edge.