CSIRO Medals 2005 – Research achievement – Novosorb team
Pathiraja (Thilak) Gunatillake and colleagues (CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies). For the development of the novel family of biodegradable polymers for advanced biomedical and tissue engineering applications.
CSIRO Medals 2005 – Research achievement – Fluid history analysis team
Peter Eadington and the Fluid History Analysis Team (CSIRO Petroleum Resources). For development of an innovative suite of techniques that reveal the step-wise fill history of petroleum reservoirs in previously unseen detail.
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).
Aboriginal wetland burning in Kakadu (2005)
Traditional ecological knowledge is being used in powerful combination with Western science to enhance the biodiversity and cultural values of wetlands in Kakadu National Park in Australia's Northern Territory.
Spinning Carbon Nanotubes (2005)
Old meets new as the ancient technique of spinning is used to produce a very modern material, a carbon nanotube yarn.
CSIRO Medals 2004 – Business Excellence Medal – Improving Thickener Technology Team
John Farrow and colleagues (CSIRO Minerals). For the processes they have used to ensure research outcomes were converted into substantial […]
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 […]
CSIRO Medals 2004 – Lifetime Achievement – George Harley
George Harley (Corporate Property). Over the past 19 years he has led the multi-disciplinary Corporate Property team to rationalise, consolidate […]