Ngara – next-wave wireless technology that is optimising the wireless spectrum and helping connect more Australians in more places.
Wireless technologies have revolutionised the way we communicate and do business. From the first television broadcast to today’s adoption of […]
Computational Informatics and Digital Productivity
The Division of Computational Informatics was formed in 2013 by the merger of the Division of Mathematics, Informatics & Statistics […]
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.
Nurturing a science nation
To ensure Australia’s innovation system remains competitive, CSIRO is developing Global Precincts to support research and development capabilities that are […]
Advancing Australia’s digital economy
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) experts recently met with thought leaders from major economic sectors to discuss how the Digital […]
Supercomputer cools off with groundwater
In what will be an Australian first, the CSIRO Geothermal Project will deliver a novel solution for cooling the Pawsey […]
Teleworking wins the rat race?
As digital technology advances, the potential for teleworking to improve productivity through reduced costs in office space, traffic congestion and […]
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 […]