CSIRO’s site at Clayton, Victoria is part of a growing research hub.
The bright lights of Clayton
In this vodcast, we visit CSIRO’s Clayton laboratories to see how lasers and a Perspex scale model are being used to configure coal fired power station boilers to burn dried brown coal. (5:07)
28 September 2009 | Updated 25 November 2011
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We also hear about the research being conducted into better ways to utilise Australia’s supply of natural gas, and Kevin Quinlan takes us through his work in hydraulic fracturing and its significance to the mining industry.
More than 800 staff members work at CSIRO’s Clayton, Victoria site in areas ranging from energy, resources, forestry, manufacturing, chemicals, health, information, agribusiness and more.
Read more about Melbourne: Clayton, Vic (Clayton laboratories).