A collection of videos from our archives.
To Tag a Shark (1986)
Shark, commonly known as flake, is a widely accepted seafood. It comes from several species of cold water shark. But in the tropical waters north of Australia, there''s another shark fishing industry. Here, Taiwanese and Australian fishermen have been catching the Blacktip shark.
In the late 1950's Australian agronomists realised that the native pastures of northern Australia had to be supplemented by new legumes to produce high quality feed for cattle.
CSIRO Medals 1992 – Chairman’s Medal – Ezio Rizzardo
Ezio Rizzardo (CSIRO Chemicals and Polymers). For his contributions to polymer science and technology which has led to new materials […]
Buildings and bushfires (1989)
Many people believe bushfires create such an enormous amount of heat that, when surrounded by a bushfire, their houses may just explode in flames.
The Argentine Ant (1956)
The Argentine Ant is extremely adaptable and tenacious and is a more persistent forager than any other species of ant.