A collection of videos from our archives.
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.
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.
Lighter Aeroplanes (2002)
A new material is eliminating the need for metal fasteners in planes, making them lighter and more economical.
The NUMBAT (1990)
An explanation, for potential industrial partners, of the virtues of the Numbat mine recovery vehicle.
CSIRO Medals 2005 – Chairman’s Medal – RNA Interference team
Peter Waterhouse and colleagues (CSIRO Plant Industry). For leading research in one of the most high profile, commercially relevant areas of modern molecular biology, RNA interference (RNAi).
Dung Down Under (1972)
Selected species of dung beetles imported from Africa are being mass bred in Australia for release in cattle breeding areas. Early results indicate that they will prove an outstanding example of biological control.
CSIRO Medals 1990 – Research Achievement – Specialty Polymers Group
Ezio Rizzardo and the Speciality Polymers Group (CSIRO Chemicals and Polymers). For developing innovative methods of preparing polymeric materials.
WLAN – The Next Generation (1993)
As portable computers become more widespread as business tools there is an increasing need for wireless connectivity. This video shows […]