CSIRO invented and patented wireless LAN technology in the 1990s – a technology that has given us the freedom to work wirelessly in our homes and offices, using devices such as laptops and smart phones.
CSIRO builds smart farm
CSIRO is working towards the 'Smart Farm' of the future with research focussing on Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) and their potential to transform the Australian agriculture industry.
Innovative financial services
CSIRO researchers combine mathematical expertise with a thorough understanding of how finance markets work to bring innovative solutions to the finance industry.
Dial H for health (Podcast 06 May 2009)
Patients who have been treated in hospital for cardiac health problems, such as a heart attack, are being given a powerful new option to help set them on the path to good health. (5:01)
Phenonet: wireless sensors in agriculture
The High Resolution Plant Phenomics Centre is using CSIRO-developed smart sensor nodes to record microclimate and plant data in the field in an effort to select new plant varieties suited to difficult growing conditions.