Nurturing a science nation (Podcast 05 Sep 2013)
To ensure Australia’s innovation system remains competitive, CSIRO is developing Global Precincts to support research and development capabilities that are not only of global standing and scale, but also connect and collaborate with Australian industries.
Who you gonna call? ERIC (Podcast 21 Aug 2013)
CSIRO, in collaboration with the Australian Government Department of Human Services Emergency Management team, has developed the Emergency Response Intelligence Capability (ERIC), a web based productivity tool designed to generate situation reports for emergency events at specific locations.
Advancing Australia’s digital economy (Podcast 16 Aug 2013)
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) experts recently met with thought leaders from major economic sectors to discuss how the Digital Economy might lift national productivity through innovative ICT actions at the Australia 3.0 summit in Melbourne.
Teleworking wins the rat race? (Podcast 11 Jul 2013)
As digital technology advances, the potential for teleworking to improve productivity through reduced costs in office space, traffic congestion and employee wellbeing seem clear, yet many employers remain unconvinced.
Checklist for climate change (Podcast 05 Jul 2013)
The potential for climate change to have significant impacts on species and ecosystems in Australia and around the world is becoming very clear, leading governments and natural resource management groups to develop climate-ready conservation objectives.
User agreement: Koshi River Basin (Podcast 14 Jun 2013)
CSIRO scientists are applying their knowledge in transboundary river system management to improve the livelihoods of people living in the Koshi River Basin, a river system that stretches from China in the north, down through Nepal and across the Himalayas including Mt Everest and discharges into the Ganges River in India.
Sun, sea and pollution (Podcast 30 May 2013)
In an effort to better understand the impacts of human activity on Australia’s coastal environments, scientists are using powerful computer models to investigate and predict the water quality in coastal bays, gulfs, harbours and river estuaries.