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2016 Jack Cusack Memorial lecture
The Jack Cusack Memorial Lecture commemorates the valuable contributions made by expert botanist, Jack Cusack, to CSIRO's research in the Top End.
Game on: the future of sport
New research from CSIRO and Australian Sports Commission has identified a number of significant sports trends and megatrends likely to […]
Climate change: what do you think others think?
Humans generally find it difficult to judge how widespread their own and others’ opinions are, and when it comes to […]
Taking steps towards sustainability
Sustainable development is vital for the future of humanity and our planet, and at the forefront of both the scientific […]
CSIRO Medals 2000 – Research achievement – Dr Terry Percival, Mr Graham Daniels and Professor David Skellern
CSIRO’s wireless invention lies at the heart of what is now the most popular way to connect computers without wires. The invention came out of CSIRO’s pioneering work in radioastronomy.
CSIRONET is an Australia-wide computing network offering its services to CSIRO, government departments, tertiary institutions and private companies.
Sci-five: finalists in the BHP Science Prize (1984)
Sci-Five is a film about five very different young Australians who share an absorbing curiosity about the world. Each of the five has been a finalist in the BHP Science Prize and their projects provide a focus around which we explore their lives in more detail.