Eleven young researchers heading to Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting
24 March 2022 Eleven young early-career researchers from Australia will be attending the prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting in Lindau, Germany, including six recently nominated by the Australian Academy of Science and five attendees who attended the 70th meeting virtually in 2021.
Low cost titanium wire for additive manufacturing
2 September 2021 - CSIRO has developed a novel process for turning inexpensive alloy waste into a high value wire product suitable for the additive manufacturing market.
Farmers harvest the benefits of research
17 August 2021 - A sprayable biodegradable polymer mulch developed with funding from SIEF will reduce plastic waste in agriculture
John Stocker Fellow awarded prestigious scholarship
7 July 2021 - Receiving more than 650 applications from 40 countries, Johnson and Johnson recognizes female researchers for their groundbreaking work in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing and Design (STEM2D).
Pelvic organ prolapse treatment closer
21 May 2020 - A revolutionary technology to treat pelvic organ prolapse is one step closer after the latest results from a Hudson Institute study.
CSIRO: Developing higher-quality, higher-strength, lower-cost carbon fibres
23 April 2020 - SIROPAN precursor aims for >20% increase in carbon fibre properties with increased control via RAFT polymerization, FLOW processing and novel metrology.
Ten young scientists to represent Australia at Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting
4 March 2020 - Ten outstanding early-career researchers have been selected to attend the highly prestigious annual gathering of Nobel Laureates and emerging scientists from around the world. The delegates will represent Australia at the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany in 2021.
Here’s cheers to a new use for CO2 from the atmosphere
6 February 2020 - It won't tackle global carbon emissions yet, but a new technology from Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has found a way to pull carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere and put it into beer and other beverages.
Cyanide-free gold recovery technology wins Mineral Processing Award
24 January 2020 - The cyanide-free gold recovery technology using non-toxic products has been recognised as the top mineral processing innovation in 2019 by Mining Magazine.