Flagship Collaboration Fund Clusters
Clusters are the main element of the Flagship Collaboration Fund, which facilitates the involvement of the broader research community in addressing the ambitious goals of the Flagships.
Urban water infrastructure technologies
Developing technologies to improve the nation's water infrastructure to deliver efficient and secure water supply for Australia's growing population and future industries.
The Energy Futures Forum (EFF)
The Energy Futures Forum completed its major objectives and released its final report The heat is on: the future of energy in Australia in December 2006.
Insect imaging system to accelerate species discovery
Scientists around the world are looking for innovative ways to accelerate the identification of new species. CSIRO scientists are developing an automated insect imaging system that will speed up the process of naming thousands of new species every year.
CSIRO Complex Systems Science
The CSIRO Complex Systems Science team supports a network of scientists who research complex systems, by providing opportunities for collaboration, sharing of ideas and capacity building.
CSIRO's futuristic hardware and software innovations are powering the push to use energy more efficiently and draw it from sustainable sources.
Intelligent Sensing and Systems Laboratory
The Tasmanian ICT Centre has developed a world-class ICT research capacity and conducts innovative applied research in the areas of sensor networks and data management.
Human Services Delivery Research Alliance
CSIRO and the Department of Human Services (DHS) have formed a research alliance to harness the power of science and improve service delivery to more than six million Australians each year.
Teach something else to do your work for you. CSIRO runs an interactive robotics program for students in Years 5-9 in the Northern Territory.
Government and Commercial services
Our Government and Commercial Services research team is helping the services sector better understand their business, customers and competitors to make more informed decisions about how they operate and deliver services.
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.
Dr Y Jay Guo: leading CSIRO broadband research
Professor Jay Guo is leading a group of researchers who are creating smarter solutions for Government, business and industry and helping secure Australia's cyber and physical infrastructure.