'Air shower' saves 50 per cent water
A new shower nozzle that uses up to 50 per cent less water while maintaining the sensation of full pressure could provide Australians with guilt-free showers over the hot, dry summer – simply by adding air.
Our Galaxy's "geysers" are towers of power
"Monster" outflows of charged particles from the centre of our Galaxy, stretching more than halfway across the sky, have been detected and mapped with CSIRO's 64-m Parkes radio telescope.
Solar to shine on with A$87 million
CSIRO will lead a new solar research initiative worth a total of over A$87 million, the Australian Government announced December 13th 2012.
Industry leads electricity transformation
In a first for Australia, over 35 industry partners will work together to explore a future vision for Australia’s electricity system. This vision will help guide the expected A$240 billion investment required by the sector over the next 20 years.
'Retired' scientists unmask bush graffiti artist
In a remarkable piece of detective work, a team of 'retired' CSIRO scientists have revealed the group of artists responsible for the iconic scribbles found on smooth-barked Eucalyptus trees in southeastern Australia.
New Chief for CSIRO Land and Water
Australia’s environmental research will be significantly boosted by today’s appointment of internationally renowned scientist Professor Paul Bertsch as new Chief of CSIRO Land and Water.
Calling wanna-be time travellers
Ever wondered what your future holds? Fame, fortune, a world powered by low carbon energy? You can now take a peek at what will power Australia in 2050 with just a click of your mouse – none of that tricky time travel required.
Designing solar arrays for a climate benefit
A study to determine whether energy production can simultaneously be used to positively affect regional climates, including modifying rainfall patterns, has begun in CSIRO’s weather and energy research unit.