New analyser cuts complexity
A 'light bulb' moment led to CSIRO researchers combining two different x-ray based technologies to develop a new on-line analyser for slurries
CSIRO Chile Centro de Excelencia
Australia y Chile están colaborando para formar un centro internacional de excelencia que entregará investigación aplicada en minería y procesamiento mineral de clase mundial.
Environmental and Industrial Biotechnology
CSIRO’s Environmental and Industrial Biotechnology Team has expertise in biotechnology, microbiology, molecular biology, environmental chemistry, electrochemistry, engineering and soil science.
New technologies: SLAM dunk
The ‘holy grail’ of practical and cost-effective 3D mobile mapping is now a reality. Maryrose Cuskelly reports
Industry engagement: Manufacturing success
A successful partnership with industry has led to the commercialisation of CSIRO’s Hylogging system. Jodie Parry investigates how this technology is revolutionising the exploration industry, in Australia and around the world
Collaboration: What lies beneath
The Deep Exploration Technologies Cooperative Research Centre is looking into faster and more sustainable ways to detect mineral deposits deeper underground. David Simpson reports
Feature break out: A golden discovery
Kentor Gold’s discovery of previously unexplored copper-gold zones at its Jervois project in the Northern Territory happened almost by chance. It was a case of the right people being in the right place to receive the right information. Adam Courtenay reports
International: New field of vision
An advanced detection system developed to accurately locate ore bodies is also used to find undetonated explosives. Tony Heselev reports
A brave new world
Tim Thwaites explores the modern world of sensors and sensor networks
Social licence to operate
Through measuring and modelling the minerals industry’s social licence to operate we can develop benchmarks for social performance and allow stakeholders to engage with each other on the issues that matter.