In this video find out how CSIRO's Rust Resistance Team has discovered genes that determine whether a plant can develop immunity to the harmful rust fungus. (2:30)
Autonomous downhole robot
CSIRO's autonomous downhole robot has been designed to collect and relay information about the conditions inside petroleum wells.
CSIRO: past and present
See how CSIRO has grown over its 80 year history in a collection of archival and current video footage of CSIRO’s science and research. (6:00)
Watch a collection of archival and current footage about CSIRO’s research.
Biomedical Materials and Devices video
The Biomedical Materials and Devices Theme is focused on developing materials and prototype devices for application in diagnosis, tissue repair, replacement and regeneration. (4:43)
Climate Adaptation Flagship
Enabling Australia to adapt more effectively to the impacts of climate change and variability and informing national planning, regulation and investment decisions.
The RAFT process on a molecular level
This video shows just one polymer chain being created from the addition of a monomer to the Reversible Addition-Fragmentation chain Transfer (RAFT) agent. (0:30)
Climate questions: How reliable are climate models?
The ability of climate models to project future climate is often questioned. There will always be a range of uncertainty in climate projections. Climate models, which are based on the laws of physics and thoroughly tested, provide credible quantitative estimates of future climate change.
Speeding up science: CSIRO's CPU-GPU supercomputer
CSIRO's latest supercomputer cluster is among the world's first to combine traditional CPUs with more powerful graphics processing units or GPUs, providing a world class computational and simulation science facility to advance priority CSIRO science.
Government and Commercial services
Our Government and Commercial Services research team is helping the services sector better understand their business, customers and competitors to make more informed decisions about how they operate and deliver services.
This publication provides the latest information on the status of Australia’s water resources and their future prospects, the many values we hold for water, and the potential for using water more effectively to meet the growing demands of cities, farmers, industries, and the environment.
Climate questions: Understanding current climate change in a palaeoclimatic context
The Earth’s climate has varied naturally over hundreds of millions of years – why should we believe humans are causing current changes? Understanding past changes between glacial and interglacial periods helps us to understand how unusual the current warming is. For example, the linear warming trend over the past 50 years of 0.13 °C per decade is much more rapid than the rate of warming between ice ages and warm interglacial periods of around 0.01 °C per decade.
CSIRO has developed a collaborative environment allowing people in multiple locations to work together in real-time on documents, data and high resolution images.
Biomedical Materials and Devices research videos
The Biomedical Materials and Devices theme has a number of research programs that involved the development of new platform materials and stem cell technologies. Watch the videos highlighting this research.