Murray-Darling Basin sustainable yields project.
Richard Manchester (Australia Telescope National Facility). For a lifetime contribution to the discovery and study of pulsars in the Galaxy with significant leadership, mentoring and inspiration provided to the next generation of astronomers through world-leading pulsar research.
This video was produced to link to a paper that presents a review of living radical polymerization achieved with thiocarbonylthio compounds [ZC(=S)SR] by a mechanism of reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT).
Keith Leslie and The LANDTEM Team (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering). For a significant world’s first scientific and technical outcome in the development of the LANDTEM system for minerals exploration based on High Temperature Superconducting devices known as SQUIDs.
Shahbaz Khan and the Water for a Healthy Country Flagship – Irrigation Team (Water for a Healthy Country Flagship). For research that has significantly advanced the sustainable management of Australia’s water resources, specifically within the irrigation sector.
Sam Tartaglia and colleagues (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering). For the establishment of a CSIRO joint venture (T-Mag Pty Ltd) with an SME consortia to develop and commercialise the T-Mag technology for the global exploitation of magnesium castings to reduce vehicle weight, fuel consumption and greenhouse emissions.
Denis Anderson and the CSIRO Bee Team (CSIRO Entomology). For raising awareness of the biosecurity threats to Australia’s pollination services and to the viability of key agricultural industries.
Ian Davis and the Gigabit Wireless Team (CSIRO ICT Centre). For their outstanding research and development of the world’s fastest and most spectrally efficient 6 gigabit per second wireless millimetre-wave communications link.