Projects and Groups - Page 3 of 17 - CSIRO Research
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.
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.
Oceans & Atmosphere Information and Data Centre
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
Management of biotic threats
Reducing production variability by better management of biotic threats.
Virtual Screening of Nanoporous Materials
Using a combination of machine learning, molecular simulation and big data management to accelerate new materials discovery.
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.
Weed biological control
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.
Atmospheric Composition and Chemistry Group, CSIRO Climate Science Centre
CSIRO’s Atmospheric Composition and Chemistry (ACC) group brings together capability in the observation of trace gases, particulate matter and chemical processes of the atmosphere, and the transport and chemical modelling required to interpret these data.