CSIRO Medals 2003 – Business Excellence Medal – Parasiticide discovery business development team
Schering-Plough Business Development Team (CSIRO Molecular Science). For customer relationship management and development of the Schering-Plough /CSIRO research alliance for […]
Rabbit calicivirus (1999)
European rabbits have spread uncontrollably to devastate the Australian environment. However a new virus is starting to take effect.
CSIRO Medals 1993 – Chairman’s Medal – Dr Graeme Caughley
Graeme Caughley (CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology). For his research achievements and leadership in the field of vertebrate ecology.
The Rabbit in Australia (1979)
The story of the European rabbit in Australia must surely be one of the most amazing examples of an animal's ability to colonise a new land. Just how and why this happened makes a fascinating study.
Yellow Dog Dingo (1978)
Wildlife scientists track and observe the dingo across Central Australia and the east coast. They conclude that there is nothing simple about dingo management.
The echidna (or spiny ant-eater) (1969)
This film, designed principally for zoology students, shows echidnas in the field and in the laboratory - their feeding behaviour and the suckling of the young.
Birth of the red kangaroo (1965)
This remarkable film record of marsupial birth shows mating, the female's preparation for the birth of her young and, finally, the birth itself.