We are monitoring the pulse of Earth by using up to 250 sensors from space.
The Materials for Energy and the Environment (MEE) Group develops solutions for industrial challenges whilst mitigating the environmental impact that many materials and processes create.
BHP is working with CSIRO to give local communities near their operations an opportunity to express their views and experiences to the company, and to help inform company decision making on the issues that matter most to communities.
Our goal is simple: to use automation, robotics, and experimental design to help our CSIRO colleagues, academic collaborators, and our business partners undertake their materials research faster, more efficiently, and with greater breadth than they can do using traditional methods.
Harnessing and focusing innovation for food and fibre systems in a resource- and climate-challenged world.
CSIRO’s Hydrogen Energy Systems Future Science Platform is positioning Australia to play a major role in a global hydrogen economy.
Port Waratah Coal Services has partnered with CSIRO to conduct an ongoing analysis of community attitudes to the company’s operations. This gives communities neighbouring the operations an opportunity to express their views and experiences inside the company, helping to inform the company’s decision making.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has engaged CSIRO to conduct research to build an understanding of Australia’s Software as a Medical Device innovators, and to learn how the TGA can support them in demonstrating their products on the global market.
A Collaborative project between CSIRO and the Center for Fisheries Research and Development under the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia.
CSIRO are testing state-of-the-art unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) to study our oceans and climate. A first in Australian waters.
CSIRO O&A funded the development of MICE – “Models of Intermediate Complexity for Ecosystem assessments” to complement the ecosystem modelling toolbox needed to support tactical management decisions in fisheries and conservation.
CSIRO has over 35 years of experience with batteries in general and has been working in the lithium battery field for over 15 years.
Monitoring grain yield through real-time paddock analytics. Using your local paddock information, national high-resolution satellite and sensor data sources and CSIRO’s innovative analytics, the Graincast app helps your crop decision-making instincts.
The Mining Geomechanics team provides scientific tools and practical solutions to industry to minimise adverse impacts of mining on the environment and improve safety and productivity of mining operations.
Terramin Australia has engaged CSIRO to conduct an ongoing analysis of community attitudes to the company’s proposed underground gold operation in the Adelaide Hills.
CSIRO is undertaking a research program on community views on the impacts and contributions of the egg industry across areas such as the environment, animal welfare, food security and livelihoods.
A hydraulic fracture simulation toolkit taking 20 years of CSIRO hydraulic fracture expertise out of the lab and into user friendly software.
We investigate how water ecosystems respond to different water resource management and allocation strategies, including environmental water flows.
Speeding up the journey to health, through improved accuracy of drug candidate selection.
The Cloud180CAM technology provides solar forecasts, which enable remote hybrid power stations to manage the impacts of clouds and reduce their diesel.
The Reservoir Engineering Team has a long established presence in unconventional gas reservoir research, working on the technical challenges associated with gas production from coal, shale, and tight sandstone.
Good health begins in the gut. Simple, accurate and affordable diagnosis of leaky gut syndrome.
Our software moves utility companies from reactive to proactive asset management with zero downtime on the network and no additional hardware costs.
Developing tools and methods that deliver data and information for understanding and managing our environmental resources.
This workshop will address advances in the application of a broad array of “artificial intelligence” methods to effectively integrate large-scale ‘omic’, environmental and trait/diagnostic data to predict phenotypic performance.
We design and evaluate visual interfaces that facilitate a deep cognitive and affective involvement of humans when exploring and reasoning with data.
SELTMP is assisting Reef managers and other decision-makers within the Great Barrier Reef region to incorporate the human dimension into their planning and management.
Lindfield Collaboration Hub is an innovation incubator. A dedicated space for start-ups and SME’s to develop unique, high-tech products and devices.
The Data61 Immersive Environments Lab (IE Lab) is purpose built for applied research into the convergence of our digital and physical worlds.
CSIRO’s graphene team uses their expertise to solve pressing challenges in environment, energy and material industries.
We conduct research to understand how our coastal marine environment has changed and will change in the future to identify risks and opportunities for the sustainable use of the coastal environment.
Our work on threatened, endangered and protected species represents a diverse portfolio of work, with strong links to researchers from Universities and other agencies.
The Coastal Environmental Modelling Team delivers environmental intelligence for decision support tools.
A collaborative program which aims to protect a globally-important region for biodiversity, while boosting livelihoods and food security, and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
Rio Tinto has engaged CSIRO to conduct an ongoing analysis of community attitudes to the company’s iron ore operations in the Pilbara. This gives communities neighbouring the operations a direct voice inside the company, and helping to inform the company’s decision making.
CSIRO is sponsoring a two day workshop to discuss scientific advances in the field as well as the regulatory and social aspects of this new technology.
Harnessing the digital revolution for Australian farmers and land managers.
Research to better inform decision-making: for better food systems, better health, and a better planet (Photo credit: ILRI/Stevie Mann).
Educator on Board is a professional development program for Australian STEM school teachers.
Working with Australia’s agricultural industry to create solutions to major yield-limiting problems.
The optimisation team carries out fundamental and applied research that addresses grand challenges faced by our society in environmental and societal resilience, future energy systems, logistics, and supply chains.
A networked supply chain that takes the edible food loss biomass suitable for human consumption and classifies it, determines its origin, and facilitates its storage and diversion back into the food supply chain.
Helping to grow Australia’s Wellbeing, Health and Nutrition Industry with science and innovation.
The Environomics Future Science Platform is providing the technology to investigate and manage genetic resources hidden within Australia’s vast biodiversity, to enhance crops and reveal processes that can make environmental management more effective.
Improved Surveillance, Preparedness and Return to Trade for Emergency Animal Disease Incursions Using Foot and Mouth Disease as a Model Project
We are interested in topics such as sentiment and emotion analysis, social media text analytics for mental health and social science, social network analysis, social media analytics for emergency crisis coordination, and enterprise document information systems.
Foundational and applied research focused on decision making in multi-agent environments involving a multi-disciplinary approach drawing upon optimisation, social choice, game theory, and multi-agent systems.
We identify ways to maximise yields in livestock systems for poverty alleviation, global food security and sustainability.
A revolution in healthcare through innovative medical devices and diagnostic technologies.
Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are nano particles for the separation, storage and controlled release of gases and liquids. MOFWORX has been established to commercialise CSIRO’s MOF technology.
CSIRO has been working on the biological control of weeds since the 1920s. We focus on temperate and tropical weeds of natural, agricultural and rangeland ecosystems.
Australia’s only full service protein crystallisation facility.
Older Australians harnessing technology to connect, solve problems, and make the world a better place.
Improving community well-being by researching ways to build adaptive and resilient livelihoods, regions and ecosystems through partnerships.
Registration statements cover cultivars for more than 330 grasses and legumes found in Australia.
Conducting research to further our understanding, management and protection of coastal and marine ecosystems, whilst using scientific knowledge to empower community and government to reduce litter entering our oceans.
We are searching for alternative cutting methods that allows reducing the size of the excavation machines, without compromising their effectiveness in breaking hard rocks.
Improving the knowledge-base and long-term research infrastructure to support biodiversity conservation and natural resource management in Australia.
Atlantis an ecosystem model that considers all parts of marine ecosystems – biophysical, economic and social.
The Infrastructure Technologies group within CSIRO provides an extensive range of independent testing, assessment and consulting services to support the development of better building products and systems.
Research and development to deliver multi-year climate forecasts for Australia.
ASPIRE (Advisory System for Processing, Innovation & Resource Exchange) is an online marketplace which intelligently matches businesses with potential remanufacturer, purchasers or recyclers of waste resources.
We develop and apply novel macroecological approaches to biodiversity modelling and conservation assessment.
Connecting with industry to deliver innovations and solutions for sustainable resource development.
We are a research organisation composed of supply chain professionals committed to improving international supply chains for wine.
We are developing gold extraction reagents that don’t cost the Earth, but allow you to open up low grade, uneconomic or stranded deposits.
We offer a unique patent pending method that allows the explorer to rapidly quantify gold amounts during the greenfields exploration phase without having to leave the field.
Positioning Australia to play a role in one of the fastest growing areas of modern science with a wealth of potential for developments in healthcare, industrial biotechnology, agriculture and food research and beyond.
The Crop Adaption Lab Chat seminar series is a casual venue to discuss research about Crop/Plant Physiology, Breeding and Agronomy performed at CSIRO and beyond.
Using a combination of machine learning, molecular simulation and big data management to accelerate new materials discovery.
A central assembly and management point for much of the Division’s vessel-collected data from over the past 25 years, plus related datasets such as those collected via moored instrument arrays in the Australasian region
The Wireless Group focuses on wireless communications, localisation, imaging and sensing for applications from radio astronomy to telecommunications, and industrial safety to medicine.
The industry standard tool for geological analysis of spectral reflectance data of minerals, rocks and soils.
A technology platform that provides access to CSIRO’s cutting edge research into industrial processing for Australian and international chemical manufacturers.
A repository of CSIRO’s PyroPage bulletins, a bushfire science communication tool intended to provide bushfire practitioners with a rapid summary of critical new research results from CSIRO’s Bushfire Behaviour and Risks team.
We believe in a future where profitable, productive agriculture meets the challenges of our time. Our new natural livestock feed supplement is good for the animals, good for business and good for climate change.
The Networks Group builds technologies to automate and instrument network data extraction and to convert Network Data into Intelligence, with the objective of safely and reliably transform it into valuable services and actions to create new capabilities and economic opportunities for individuals, businesses and organisations.
RiskLab at CSIRO’s Data61 provides the avenue for industry to engage directly with the extended network of technologists and academia to come up with innovative solutions and tools in quantitative risk and decisions-under uncertainty.
Sustainable data acquisition from wireless sensors distributed over large spatial scales.
Explore CSIRO’s work on hydrology, climate, gender, livelihoods and ecology across South Asia.
The Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group at CSIRO is one of the leading robotics research groups in the world.
Proposed northern Australia water developments pertinent to the NPF: collation and review.
Enabling the next generation of computational research in the chemical, physical and materials sciences.
The MQCFR project has captured and made accessible current shapefile information on spatial and temporal management within Queensland marine and estuarine waters.
We’re Australia’s leading digital research network, helping our partners across business, government and industry solve real problems every day. Our projects cover a wide range of data-centric R&D.
Reducing production variability by better management of biotic threats.
CSIRO Chile project on Integrated Water Management in the Rapel basin (Plan de Gestión Integrada Cuenca Rapel).