22-23 Nov: AgCatalyst showcases cutting edge science and technology to prepare Australia’s agriculture and food sectors for a challenging future.
Applications are now open for our $6,000 scholarship for postgraduate students to fund their travel costs to conduct research in an overseas or interstate institution
Professor Cassandra Szoeke is one of our CSIRO Alumni members and director of the Healthy Ageing Program at the University of Melbourne. We are running a series of events to explore this topic.
Data61 is hosting over 40 students for their Summer Vacation Program 2022-23. We invite alumni to come and speak at our virtual events to inspire and engage our future brains trustees!
For research students, the first scientific paper is a rite of passage, marking the transition from being consumers of knowledge to generating new understanding. The rules, though, are tricky, and in this new virtual issue, we share overviews of the whole journey to assist beginning authors on their journey.
Research vessel (RV) Investigator is an advanced research platform with flexible capabilities to support oceanographic, geoscience, biological and atmospheric research. The vessel also delivers important education and training opportunities to develop Australia's future generations of marine researchers and experts.
CSIRO Futures is the strategic and economic advisory arm of CSIRO. We have an entry level role for a recent or upcoming graduate seeking a career in a leading strategic consultancy. A typical project will focus on understanding the opportunities and challenges presented by major economic, environmental, social, and technological trends in a particular industry sector, and how science, technology and innovation can assist in unlocking these opportunities.
CSIRO’s critical energy minerals research program offers a rare opportunity to unlock the full economic potential of Australia’s energy metals. Be part of accelerating the energy transition in Australia and overseas by sustainably and ethically supplying the critical minerals required in batteries, solar cells, wind turbines, and smart phones. We need early to mid-career researchers in science and engineering who are passionate about creating pathways and solutions for the global energy transition, whilst reducing industrial carbon emissions in the minerals industry itself.
Play a key role in the emerging global quantum industry - including sensing, communication and computation - which has the potential to help solve some of society's greatest challenges.