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Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are capabilities that will transform economies and the basis of competition globally, unlock new societal and environmental value and accelerate scientific discovery.
Mapping Queensland’s Coastal Fishing Resources
The MQCFR project has captured and made accessible current shapefile information on spatial and temporal management within Queensland marine and estuarine waters.
We look to the natural world to find inspiration for bio-based technologies that provide new tools for a range of industries, including water and wastewater treatment, mining, energy, chemical manufacture and agriculture.
Pilbara Marine Conservation Partnership
CSIRO and The University of Western Australia is conducting the first regional-scale assessment of marine biodiversity in the Pilbara.
In-Situ Laboratory project
The In-Situ Laboratory is a research field site for conducting controlled release experiments of carbon dioxide and other gases, and for developing technologies for detecting and monitoring the migration of fluids in the shallow subsurface.
Threatened, Endangered or Protected Species
Our work on threatened, endangered and protected species represents a diverse portfolio of work, with strong links to researchers from Universities and other agencies.