A collection of videos from our archives.
The Hydrodec process developed by CSIRO is the only one available that can simultaneously decontaminate transformer oil and also regenerate […]
CSIRO Medals 2002 – Lifetime Achievement – John Brooks
John Brooks (Australia Telescope National Facility). For his technical leadership in operating the world-leading Australia Telescope National Facility radio telescopes […]
CSIRO Medals 1998 – Research achievement medal – Parkes Multibeam System Team
Lister Staveley-Smith, Trevor Bird, Malcolm Sinclair, Warwick Wilson (Australia Telescope National Facility, CSIRO Telecommunications and Industrial Physics). For the Parkes […]
CSIRO Medals 2002 – Business Excellence Medal – Extended Wear Key Account Team
Gordon Meijs, and colleagues (CSIRO Molecular Science). For nurturing the business relationship between CSIRO, the University of New South Wales […]
The NUMBAT (1990)
An explanation, for potential industrial partners, of the virtues of the Numbat mine recovery vehicle.
CSIRO Medals 2000 – Chairman’s Medal – The Low Emission Vehicle Team
David Lamb, Howard Lovatt and colleagues (ICT Centre, CSIRO Telecommunications and Industrial Physics; Marine and Atmospheric Research; Energy Technology; Mathematical and Information Sciences; Molecular Science). For the development of complete power-trains for two low-emission car projects.
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.
Keeping wool in shape (1983)
Australia may no longer "ride on the sheep's back" but wool is still one of our major industries.