New technology for detecting landmines and explosives
Australian company MRead is developing sensors to detect explosives used in landmines to help global humanitarian de-mining efforts.
Citizen scientists collect more nature data than ever
Citizen science is coming of age. The data are pouring in from observations by naturalists and birders.
The ‘weather forecast for water quality’ that’s an Australian world first
Satellites and high-tech sensors are revolutionising the way water quality challenges will be monitored and responded to into the future.
Help invertebrates through citizen science
Out and about or staying at home this summer? Become a citizen scientist and help Aussie invertebrates.
Welcome visitor to purge sea spurge
Have you ever heard of sea spurge? It's bad news for our southern beaches and we're calling on you to help control its spread.
CSIRO researchers use machine learning to advance Alzheimer's research
Researchers from CSIRO and QUT use "fake" MRIs developed via artificial intelligence to assess methods used in critical Alzheimer's research.
Food poisoning is no picnic: tips for food safety outdoors
As we head outdoors this season, make sure you serve up a safe feast. Here are our tips.
Everyday AI: A CSIRO podcast
We go beyond sensational headlines and Hollywood representations to bring AI back to reality.
Meet 5 remarkably old animals, from a Greenland shark to a featherless, seafaring cockatoo
Two new studies reveal fascinating new information about why some animals are able to live so long. Let me introduce you to five animals who lived over a century, and their remarkable lives.