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CSIRO was the first Australian organisation to use the internet.
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CSIRO's Australian National Insect Collection is the largest in the world with over 12 million specimens!
So far we’ve helped more than 500 000 people lose weight with The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet.
CSIRO helped keep flies off Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II in 1963 with insect repellent, now known as Aerogard.
In 2014 CSIRO helped save a man’s leg by 3D printing a titanium ankle bone.
Choose between innovations in astronomy, info technology, energy and health.
CSIRO invented the world’s best wireless technology for our homes and offices, known as WiFi.
With over 1854 patents CSIRO is Australia’s largest patent holder.
Each year six CSIRO innovations contribute $5 billion to Australia’s economy.
Each year our CSIRO scientists inspire students across the country by taking their real science experience to the classroom, with our Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools program.
At CSIRO, we do the extraordinary every day. We innovate for tomorrow and help improve today - for our customers, all Australians and the world.
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