The Plant Breeding project aims to develop major food crop varieties which will enable the feeding of a global population of nine billion.
Supporting Synchrotron Science
The Synchrotron provides a state of the art facility which is accelerating our scientific research.
Atlas of Living Australia
The Atlas of Living Australia has led to a range of delivered and potential impacts, including increased open sharing of data and standards, production of reports, papers and publications, significant efficiency gains for biodiversity data management and on-ground intervention and actions relating to biodiversity.
Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness
The Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness (ACDP) (formerly the Australian Animal Health Laboratory - AAHL) is involved in providing protection from threats of foot and mouth disease, transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy, hendra virus, middle eastern respiratory syndrome, avian influenza, insect-borne diseases and aquatic animal diseases.
The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) in Guizhou Province China, is the largest single dish radio telescope in the world
Marine National Facility
CSIRO's Marine National Facility (MNF) with its state-of-the-art research capabilities and outstanding crew, scientists, and technicians plays a significant role in Australia’s innovation system.
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is a vital and significant part of Australia’s scientific infrastructure, with research undertaken using the its facilities making a major contribution to scientific knowledge, and Australia’s capabilities across many sectors.
New fish ageing technique
Scientists from the Environomics FSP have developed a DNA‑based method of fish ageing that is a harmless and cost-efficient alternative to examining otoliths.