A collection of videos from our archives.
CSIRO Medals 2002 – Chairman’s Medal – Seabed Ore Systems Team
Ray Binns and colleagues (CSIRO Exploration and Mining). For their world leadership in the discovery and scientific investigation of active ore-forming systems on the ocean floor of the southwest Pacific.
OAURS (Opto-Acoustic Underwater Remote Sensing) – an experimental system for rapid, large-area depth measurements in coastal waters, many of which […]
Billions of dollars are spent each year around the world, monitoring and attempting to control one of the most complex problems of our industrial world - photochemical smog.
A New Look at the Sun (1970)
The Culgoora radioheliograph records second-by-second pictures of the Sun's radio-emission at a wavelength of 3.75 meters. Located in northern New South Wales, the giant circular array of 96 aerials provides Australian radio-astronomers with a unique method of studying the violent but short-lived explosions which occur on the Sun's surface.
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.
CSIRO Medals 1991 – Research Achievement – Viticulture Group
John Possingham and the Viticulture Group (CSIRO Horticulture). For developing new technologies for the mechanisation of Australian viticulture.
Structural Fatigue and Air Safety (1949)
A film which outlines new developments in structural testing of aircraft wings by the C.S.I.R.O.’s Division of Aeronautics.
Wings under test (1947)
A film produced for C.S.I.R.’s Division of Aeronautics on the equipment and methods used in the testing of aircraft wings.