A collection of videos from our archives.
Clean, Clear Water (1982)
Techniques for water purification have changed little over the past fifty years. But a new process called SIROFLOC, developed by CSIRO''s Division of Chemical Technology, offers a major advance in the efficiency and effectiveness of this technology.
The Living Soil (1982)
Without spoken commentary, this film depicts both the life of the soil and the life within it.
The Sun – our nearest star (1981)
The Sun is typical of millions of stars in our galaxy, but it is the only one close enough to been seen in any detail.
Fire can be a Friend (1980)
Fire is a natural part of the Australian environment. Fire has been such a dominant factor that many native plants […]
“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.
The Rabbit in Australia (1979)
The story of the European rabbit in Australia must surely be one of the most amazing examples of an animal's ability to colonise a new land. Just how and why this happened makes a fascinating study.
A Tour of the Parkes Radio Telescope (1979)
Dr Jon Ables, an astronomer with the CSIRO Division of Radiophysics, takes us on a tour of the 64 metre radio telescope near Parkes, New South Wales.
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.