CSIRO is steering towards a low-emissions future and looking at the future of car ownership after COVID-19.
Australia’s CSIRO is at the forefront of vaccine testing for COVID-19 and have commenced their first stage of testing.
A second case of novel coronavirus was confirmed on the Gold Coast yesterday and the World Health Organisation (WHO) has now declared a global health emergency.
CSIRO’s marine debris team are calling on Australians to do the right thing with their rubbish, with new research highlighting the nation’s ocean and coastal pollution issues. The research, published in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, showed the coastline... Read More →
Australia is experiencing more extremely hot days and severe fire seasons according to the findings of a new climate report released today.
Adelaide researchers have developed a diet and exercise program which has proven to be highly effective in reducing the burden of type 2 diabetes, with an average 40 per cent reduction in medication levels.
Australian diets aren’t making the grade with an addiction to junk food largely to blame, according to findings from the CSIRO Healthy Diet Score Survey. The country’s diet quality was given a rating of 61 on a 100-point scale when... Read More →
A fleet of floating bio-robots will be deployed between Christmas Island and Madagascar next week to help gain an understanding of the physical and biological workings of the crucially important Indian Ocean. The BioArgos, being released by CSIRO, are equipped... Read More →
For the first time in Australia, CSIRO is developing a dedicated methane research program in the Surat Basin which will help define Australia’s coal-seam gas (CSG) emission profile.
CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology have released climate change projections for Australia that provide updated national and regional information on how the climate may change to the end of the 21st century.
The CSIRO has used solar energy to generate hot and pressurised ‘supercritical’ steam, at the highest temperatures ever achieved in the world outside of fossil fuel sources.
High-speed ‘jets’ spat out by black holes pack a lot of power because they contain heavy atoms, astronomers have found. Black-hole jets recycle matter and energy into space and can affect when and where a galaxy forms stars. ‘Jets from supermassive... Read More →