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CSIRO invests $25 million in new program to bolster Australia’s biotechnology industry

CSIRO has announced a four-year, $25 million investment in a new program that will combine engineering and biology to drive innovations within the biotechnology industry.

CSIRO’s $20m research program to innovate carbon capture ambition

Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has launched CarbonLock, its $20 million research initiative, aiming to develop new and innovative ways to permanently remove carbon from the atmosphere, transform industries, and boost the economy. 

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...

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 invests in science to drive Australia’s recovery

Media Release Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, will invest over $100 million in five science and technology growth areas over the next four years, to...

CSIRO invests $35m to advance Australia’s Space Technology and AI capabilities

CSIRO has announced a $35 million investment in frontier research in Space Technology and Artificial Intelligence. Part of CSIRO's Future Science Platforms (FSP) portfolio, aimed...

CSIRO to invest $52m per year on six areas of innovation by 2020

CSIRO will invest $52 million per year over the next four yeas into six new areas of “breakthrough science” in an effort to become...


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