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A selection of fruit and vegetables.

September 5, 2017

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.

Mangrove trees and roots in water

August 21, 2019

The Hub aims to build knowledge about and capacity in protecting and restoring blue carbon ecosystems throughout the Indian Ocean, in a way that enhances livelihoods, reduces risks from natural disasters, and helps mitigate climate change.

Urban bushfire

June 22, 2021

Scientists are predicting longer bushfire seasons and more extreme bushfire weather. Managing bushfire risk is essential for all Australians living in bushfire prone areas.

wild fire

July 20, 2022

Preparing for a changing Australia by connecting local and national understandings of bushfire hazard and risk


June 2, 2021

The Microbiomes for One Systems Health (MOSH) FSP is developing new understanding of microbiome connectivity across the environment to human continuum and how system perturbations impact on microbiome functionality, diversity and systems health.

kids eating fruit

August 19, 2020

CSIRO’s vegetable education program for Australian primary schools.

Australia at night from space

April 3, 2019

Developing technologies and capabilities leading to new innovations in the space sector and supporting the growth of the Australian space industry.


February 8, 2017

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.

Salmon ball

July 30, 2019

The team has assisted the Australian Fisheries Research and Development Corporation in ensuring Australian fishing products are sustainable and acknowledged to be so.