A collection of videos from our archives.
Fresher O.J. (2002)
Most packaged orange juice relies on high temperatures to kill bacteria – but this also kills the taste.
CSIRO Medals 1989 – Research Achievement – Sirofloc
Brian Bolto and team members, NJ Anderson, DR Dixon, LO Kolarik, AJ Priestley, WGC Raper and DE Weiss (CSIRO Chemicals […]
CSIRO Medals 1998 – Research achievement – Dr Robert Leicester
Robert Leicester (CSIRO Building, Construction and Engineering). For scientific contributions to knowledge of timber structural properties.
Spinning Carbon Nanotubes (2005)
Old meets new as the ancient technique of spinning is used to produce a very modern material, a carbon nanotube yarn.
The Hungry Microbiome: why resistant starch is good for you
Bowel cancer is the second most common cancer in Australia. Research shows that eating fibre rich in resistant starch is […]
Leather Transformations (1990)
Catherine Money from CSIRO’s Division of Wool Technology gives the local tanning industry a boost with improved methods of processing […]
This study is the story of rainmaking in Australia - from the first tentative experiments with dry ice to the present, large-scale operations using silver iodide as the seeding agent.