The goal of the Ocean Futures project is to develop new insights, approaches, understanding and tools that can help marine scientists, managers and policy makers prepare for future challenges.
Agriculture and Global Change
Harnessing and focusing innovation for food and fibre systems in a resource- and climate-challenged world.
We invent, apply and deliver new technologies to automate the extraction of useful information from 2D, 3D and 4D images for industrial and scientific applications.
Biomedical Materials Translational Facility
CSIRO’s Biomedical Materials Translational Facility (BMTF) helps medtech companies turn new discoveries into market ready products. It contains much of the equipment (capability?) needed to develop a product though scale-up, prototyping, pre-clinical testing and industry evaluation.
Models of Intermediate Complexity for Ecosystem Assessment (MICE)
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.
Food Loss Bank
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.
Local Voices – The Pilbara
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.