A collection of videos from our archives.
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.
CSIRO Medals 2007 – Business Excellence Medal – The T-Mag Team
Sam Tartaglia and colleagues (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering). For the establishment of a CSIRO joint venture (T-Mag Pty Ltd) with an SME consortia to develop and commercialise the T-Mag technology for the global exploitation of magnesium castings to reduce vehicle weight, fuel consumption and greenhouse emissions.
I can see through you (1998)
A new X-ray technique that can produce much more detailed and sharper pictures.
The Hydrodec process developed by CSIRO is the only one available that can simultaneously decontaminate transformer oil and also regenerate […]
Termite Attack (1990)
Controlling the attack on buildings by termites without resorting to the extensive use of chemical sprays is a major objective of CSIRO's Dr John French.
The C.S.I.R. Research Facilities – Part 4: Secondary Industry (1946)
The fourth of five films on C.S.I.R.’s research facilities, produced for the Commonwealth Scientific Conference held in London in 1946.
CoalTrol, an advanced process control system for coal preparation plants. By using signals from COALSCAN (another CSIRO system for analysing ash content in coal), the CoalTrol system makes adjustments in plant equipment to ensure the plant produces coal with the specified ash content.