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CSIRO research groups and projects We are Australia’s national science organisation and one of the largest and most diverse scientific research organisations in the world. Our research focuses on the biggest challenges facing the nation.
Australia’s Marine National Facility is a blue-water research capability, funded by the Australian Government and operated by CSIRO. ASKAP A world-leading telescope in its own right, our new ASKAP radio telescope is also allowing us to test technologies for the much larger Square Kilometre Array.
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is Australia's national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world. This repository contains records of more than 100 years of research publications, such as journal articles, conference papers, books and reports.
Access CSIRO's research publications across a range of disciplines About CSIRO Research Publications Repository This repository provides access to more than 100 years of research publications, such as journal articles, conference papers, books and reports.
Australia's national science agency. We solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology.. CSIRO research is helping to maintain the integrity of our environments and ensure our natural resources are used sustainably. Farming and food production.
CSIRO Mineral Resources is one of the largest minerals research and development groups in the world with a proud track record of industry innovation. People Key science and business contacts for the Mineral Resources.
We are part of the Cyber-Physical Systems Research Program at CSIRO’s Data61 Business Unit. We develop foundational and applied research for a broad range of domains including; agriculture, advanced manufacturing, mining, biodiversity and biosecurity, environmental research and monitoring, cultural heritage and online learning.
Muscular hypertrophy of genetic origin in cattle, commonly referred to as double muscling, is reviewed in this paper with a discussion on its possible use in beef and dairy-beef production systems in Australia. The double-muscled syndrome is an inherited condition, and is found in many breeds of cattle.
Australian research into variations of the cosmic ray flux arriving at the Earth has played a pivotal role for more than 50 years. The work has been largely led by the groups from the University of Tasmania and the Australian Antarctic Division and has involved the operation of neutron monitors and muon telescopes from many sites.
Wildlife Research provides an international forum for the publication of original and significant research and debate on the ecology and management of wild animals in natural and modified habitats. Readers can expect a broad range of high quality, internationally refereed papers that contribute conceptual and practical advances to our knowledge and understanding of wildlife ecology and management.
F Research Centre for Oceanography, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (P2O LIPI), Jalan Pasir Putih 1, Ancol Timur, Jakarta 14430, Indonesia. G CSIRO Australian National Fish Collection, National Research Collections Australia, GPO Box 1538, Hobart, Tas. 7000, Australia.
The Distributed Sensing Systems (DSS) Group is one of the leading large scale sensing groups in the world, based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. We are part of the Cyber-Physical Research Program at CSIRO’s Data61 Business Unit. Our work focuses on sustainable data acquisition from wireless sensors distributed over large spatial scales.
CSIRO's Data61, the digital specialist arm of Australia’s national science agency, today announced the creation of the seL4 Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation, to accelerate the development of the seL4 microkernel and related technologies.
Explore CSIRO’s past and present climate adaptation research This website provides access to work on adaptation to climate change, and to long-term change more generally, that CSIRO has undertaken over the past decade. This is mostly past work and reports, along with some present work.
Conference Name: IFAC Symposium on Automatic Control in Mining, Mineral and Metal Processing, Research paper; RP 211, Aug 13-17, 1973 Discussion of: In situ shear wave velocity by cross-hole method. Article by K H Stokoe and R D Woods.
He joined CSIRO in 1987 as a Research Scientist in the Division of Mineralogy, carrying out research with Ray Smith and Charles Butt into methods of exploring for concealed mineral deposits in Australia’s deeply weathered terrains.
The ACDP is an International Reference Laboratory for a number of diseases and Collaborating Centre for the region. It also serves as an important centre for research carried out within other CSIRO Business Units, including Health and Biosecurity, Agriculture and Food, Land and Water and Data 61.
Australian governments and communities are investing in a broad range of ecological restoration programs. A key challenge for these programs is quantifying achievements and improving our capacity to implement cost-effective restoration outcomes that are sustainable and resilient within changing landscapes and climates.