Research capability leaders
Delivering world-class research in e-health, wireless and networking, information engineering, robotics and sensors and sensor networks.
Meet our research theme leaders
Through CSIRO's research Themes we address Australia’s national research priorities in such areas as water, energy, mining, health and the service industries.
Knowing our oceans, securing our future
By unlocking the secrets of ocean processes, ecosystems and resources, CSIRO is addressing national challenges in which oceans play a central role. (4 pages)
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In an Australia-first trial, the CSIRO ICT Centre has proved that searchable, high quality video streaming to a 3G mobile phone is an affordable reality.
Hobart, Tas (Hobart laboratories)
CSIRO's Hobart laboratories provide research into sustainable marine resources and industries, climate, weather and ocean prediction, integrated coastal and oceans management as well as health and sustainable energy use.
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CSIRO and the Queensland Government are attracting leading overseas-based Australian scientists to return to work on major health challenges at the e-health Research Centre in Brisbane.
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Two world-leading CSIRO technologies have been honoured at this year's AIIA iAwards, announced last night at a gala event as part of Innovation Week and CeBIT Australia.
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The CSIRO ICT Centre has completed the successful spin-off of its unique compound semiconductor technologies to EpiTactix Pty Limited.
Science for tomorrow: New developments
This article from Farming Ahead contains four stories on breeding the horns off cattle, farmed prawns’ secret feeding habits, a guide to improving cotton quality and biological control of the weeds, Cape tulips. (1 page)
What is the sound of one prawn eating? (Podcast 02 Sep 2009)
The secret feeding habits of farmed prawns will be put under the microscope, or perhaps more accurately under the microphone as a part of a new CSIRO research collaboration with a small Australian business to develop aquaculture technologies that could revolutionise the prawn aquaculture industry. (4:24)
Science for services
This brochure highlights how government agencies, telcos, travel companies, banks and other service organisations can benefit from CSIRO research. In this brochure, you can read about 11 research successes in the Australian service sector. (4 pages)
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A contract for the construction and supply of cutting edge neutron scanning technology was today signed by the CEOs of Customs and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).