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Photovoltaics research centre secures $45 million government grant

The Australian government has invested $45 million in a cutting-edge photovoltaic research program launched by the Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics (ACAP) headquartered at...

Construction begins on new deep-space antenna in remote WA

Construction has commenced on a new deep-space antenna in remote Western Australia as part of a multi-million dollar collaboration between the Australian Space Agency...

CO2CRC leading pioneering study into Underground Hydrogen Storage

Media Release By CO2CRC CO2CRC, along with its key research partners – CSIRO and Geoscience Australia, are collaborating on pioneering research into the technical development...

Polystyrene tops marine plastic ahead of national ban

Media Release by Conservation Volunteers Australia More polystyrene is being collected from the nation’s largest waterways than any other type of plastic, supporting a national...

CSIRO announced $50m investment to tackle a suite of national challenges

CSIRO, Australia's national research agency, will invest $50 million in four new initiatives over the next five years to generate crucial breakthroughs in challenging...

GrainCorp partners with CSIRO and v2food on $4.4m plant-based protein research

GrainCorp, CSIRO, and plant-based food producer v2food have partnered on a $4.4million research project in the fast-growing plant-based protein market. The partnership will focus on...
Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) images by Dr Ruhani Singh and Dr Jacinta White

New research aims to end the refrigeration of vaccines

Researchers at Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, have developed a technique that addresses the challenge of transporting temperature-dependent vaccines, which researchers hope may increase access in rural and remote communities in Australia and developing countries.

InfraBuild teams up IMCRC and CSIRO to develop corrosion resistant steel fencing

InfraBuild has launched an innovative research effort to produce better corrosion resistant steel products in collaboration with the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC)...

IMCRC, InfraBuild and CSIRO to develop corrosion resistant steel fencing

The new research collaboration is set to significantly increase the life of important fencing infrastructure across Australia, cutting replacement costs and supporting local industry

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...

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