Dr Peter Daniels: Theme Leader - Diagnosis, Surveillance and Response
Dr Peter Daniels is involved in numerous animal health projects in South-East Asia, focussing on diagnosis and control of disease and development of laboratory quality systems. He is responsible for coordinating the delivery of Australian Animal Health Laboratory's routine and emergency diagnostic services.
CSIRO is developing innovative technologies for the plastics industry in market segments as diverse as aerospace, renewable energy and packaging.
Dial "D" for Diagnosis (Podcast 26 Feb 2013)
Researchers are developing an inexpensive mobile-phone-based sensor that will allow users in developing countries to rapidly diagnose infectious disease such as malaria or tuberculosis. (7:05)
Experience molecular biotechnological techniques first-hand in the interactive Gene Technology lab for students in Years 10-12 run by CSIRO in the Northern Territory.
Collecting and Classifying Senior
Experience specimen collection and classification techniques first-hand in the interactive workshop for students in Years 9-12 run by CSIRO in the Northern Territory.
Collecting and Classifying Junior
Experience specimen collection and classification techniques first-hand in the interactive workshop for students in Years 5-7 run by CSIRO in the Northern Territory.
Cutting hospital waiting times
CSIRO software predicts how many patients will arrive at emergency, their medical needs and how many will be admitted or discharged.
Sydney: North Ryde, NSW (CSIRO North Ryde)
CSIRO's North Ryde site is in the heart of Sydney's hi-tech hub and near Macquarie University. More than 500 staff members work in mining, food, manufacturing, sustainability, health, petroleum and more.
Making titanium metal powder
CSIRO scientists are developing a novel, high-efficiency process for making titanium metal with the aim of paving the way for a revolution in titanium metal production and fabrication.
Preventative Health Flagship UPDATE
The Preventative Health Flagship’s goal is to improve the health and wellbeing of Australians through the prevention and early detection of chronic diseases. UPDATE is the newsletter containing current news from this initiative.