A collection of videos from our archives.
CSIRO – A national resource (1986)
Since 1926, we have played a major role in making Australia's primary industries amongst the most competitive in the world.
Sci-five: finalists in the BHP Science Prize (1984)
Sci-Five is a film about five very different young Australians who share an absorbing curiosity about the world. Each of the five has been a finalist in the BHP Science Prize and their projects provide a focus around which we explore their lives in more detail.
Primary Industry Research – C.S.I.R. (1949)
An abridged version of parts 1-3 of Research Facilities of C.S.I.R.
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.
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.
Rabbit calicivirus (1999)
European rabbits have spread uncontrollably to devastate the Australian environment. However a new virus is starting to take effect.