A collection of videos from our archives.
A long shot that paid off: CSIRO’s Atomic Absorption Project (1970)
The discovery in the early nineteenth century that chemical elements could be identified by observing their emission spectra led to the development of accurate methods of chemical analysis based on atomic emission spectra.
New Mineral Detector (1978)
SIROTEM embodies Australian solutions to the shortcomings of overseas electronic devices trying to detect minerals hidden beneath our difficult types of soil.
I.S.O. Inter-laboratory apparel flammability trials (1977)
A record of flammability trials carried out by the CSIRO Division of Protein Chemistry in collaboration with the Standards Association of Australia.
Automated pavement crack detection and classification (1994)
Automated pavement crack detection and classification
By blending advances made in computer, laser and video technology, CSIRO’s Division of geomechanics has designed a sophisticated system to […]
A Skeleton in the Crop (1969)
Ever since Skeleton Weed was first discovered in Australia 50 years ago, farmers and scientists have been searching for a way to stop it spreading through the wheatlands of New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.
CSIRO Medals 2004 – Lifetime Achievement – Dr Paul Fraser
Paul Fraser (CSIRO Atmospheric Research). For 30 years of world class scientific research on CFCs and other ozone depleting substances […]