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Building Capacity for Sustainable and Responsible Development in the Bismarck Sea
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.
Growth opportunities for Australian food and agribusiness
CSIRO’s economic analysis finds that opportunities identified in CSIRO's 2017 Food and Agribusiness Roadmap could be worth $25 billion by 2030.
Algorithmic Decision Theory
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.
Science & Sugar @ #CropAd
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.
Climate and Hazard Risk Analytics Engine, INDRA
In a world with emerging uncertainty around environmental and climatic risk, the need to translate risks into impacts and adaptation opportunities at infrastructure scale is pertinent. There are challenges when it comes to comprehensively understanding the impacts of climate change on the sustainability of a business.
Coastal environments are of considerable socio-economic importance and provide multiple services to humankind, but are subject to numerous anthropogenic stressors. This project aims to develop a new generation of ecological assessment tools and models, based on environmental DNA, for the management of these ecosystems.
Robotics and Autonomous Systems
The Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group at CSIRO is one of the leading robotics research groups in the world.
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.