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Naturally occurring structural proteins are ‘information-rich’ molecules. Based on the precedent set by nature, these structural proteins provide a rich landscape for the rational design of advanced functional materials.
Recarga de Acuíferos Gestionada en Chile
CSIRO is applying its many years of scientific knowledge to develop the Managed Aquifer Recharge Guidelines, within the framework of Chile’s National Aquifer Recharge Plan.
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.
Local Voices – Port Waratah
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.
A hydraulic fracture simulation toolkit taking 20 years of CSIRO hydraulic fracture expertise out of the lab and into user friendly software.
FAIR for Imagery
FAIR-for-imagery is an exciting new project that aims to bring CSIRO’s COR image-based data to the forefront of international standards for FAIR image collection, storage and organisation.
Atlantis an ecosystem model that considers all parts of marine ecosystems – biophysical, economic and social.
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.