Scribbly gum moths
The ‘scribbles’ on scribbly gums are an icon of the Australian bush, but until recently very little was known about […]
3D UltraAbsorb Fabric
A novel three-dimensional nonwoven nappy-liner with outstanding functional and aesthetic attributes was invented and developed by a CSIRO team led […]
Robots to ResQu our rainforests (2014)
Australia’s rare and precious rainforests, like the iconic Daintree, could have an unexpected aerial ally in the battle against weeds – autonomous helicopters.
Insect collections going 3D (2014)
The insect life cycle: egg, larva, pupa, adult and now digital. Find out how we are helping one of the […]
Our lab in Darwin (2014)
For more than 40 years our lab in Darwin has been carrying out environmental and agricultural research in the Top […]
Marine incident response: What we do in an oil spill (2014)
We provide science-based advice and technology for mitigating, managing and monitoring oil spills.
CSIRO Chairman’s Medal 2013 – The Hendra Virus Research Team
Dr Deborah Middleton and the Hendra Virus research team from the Division of Animal, Food and Health Sciences. For their pioneering research that has led to the development of the first equine vaccine and a human treatment against the deadly Hendra virus.
Understanding Alzheimer’s disease (2013)
Alzheimer’s disease affects over a quarter of a million Australians. We’re using maths to try to understand how this disease […]