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Aussie researchers develop tool to track countries’ resource footprints

Australia's national science agency, CSIRO, in collaboration with researchers from the University of Sydney, UNSW Sydney, Vienna University, and the United Nations Environment Programme...

CSIRO opens new lunar testbed for Australian researchers and businesses aiming for the Moon

Researchers and businesses looking to go to the Moon can now test their ideas in a new facility opened by Australia's national science organisation,...

New CSIRO-led program aims to design a completely new capability called ‘Collaborative Intelligence’

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has launched a $12 million Collaborative Intelligence (CINTEL) Future Science Platform aimed at reinventing the way humans and Artificial...

CSIRO and Google announce five-year $1bn partnership

Google Australia has announced a $1 billion Digital Future Initiative investing in Australian infrastructure, research and partnerships. Aimed at accelerating Australia’s progress to becoming a...

CSIRO launches new program to fast-track Australia’s space industry

CSIRO is looking to accelerate growth in Australia’s burgeoning space industry with the launch of a new program for small to medium enterprises (SMEs)...

CSIRO-led consortium eyes new NT Hub to achieve rapid emissions reduction across Northern Australia

CSIRO has partnered with the Northern Territory Government, industry and engineering companies to carve out a path towards rapid emissions reduction across the energy...

CSIRO team in contention to win world’s leading robotics competition

The CSIRO Data61 team has been selected as a finalist to compete in the DARPA SubT Challenge final event, which will take place from...

CSIRO launches three major new missions to help transform Australia’s agriculture sector

CSIRO – Australia’s national science agency – has launched three new “missions” that will see more than $150 million invested in key research and...

CSIRO develops low-cost titanium wire suitable for 3D printing

A team of CSIRO researchers led by Dr Robert Wilson have developed an innovative wire extrusion process for turning inexpensive alloy waste into a...

Synthetic biology could unlock $27 billion a year and create 44,000 new jobs for...

A new report released by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, says that Australia could develop an industry worth up to $27 billion a year...
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