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.
New early career fellowship: The SIEF Ross Metcalf STEM+Business Fellowship
19 November 2019 -The Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF) has engaged Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, to deliver new funding to support small-to-medium enterprises.
$1 million in new funding connecting young scientists to Nobel Laureates
2 September 2019 - SIEF has funded 80 young researchers to attend the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting since 2013. Today the future of the program has been secured with the announcement of $1 million from SIEF to continue funding the Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting Fellowships and Heidelberg Fellowships for an additional 10 years
Inspiring tomorrow’s STEM leaders to grow Australia’s future success
24 June 2019 - The NSW Government has teamed with the CSIRO to launch a new $25 million program to attract, support and retain young people in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education and skilled careers.
Cyanide-free gold goes into production
19 June 2019 - Australia is leading the charge towards greener and safer gold production with an environmentally-superior alternative gold recovery process technology.
Noble Pursuit of Ancient Water Secrets
28 March 2019 - Scientists from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, can now test ancient groundwater up to a million years old with far greater accuracy thanks to a new facility.
Top young physicists to attend Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting
1 March 2019 - Ten of Australia’s top young physicists, seven of them women, have earned the opportunity to attend a highly prestigious annual gathering of Nobel Laureates and emerging scientists from around the world.
Cubesat to lift veil on our environment’s extremes
8 Dec 2018 - Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, today announced that it would be extending its Earth observation capabilities by acquiring Australia’s first CubeSat designed to detect invisible infrared light.
A booster shot for Australian biomedical start ups
24 October 2018 - Lots of Australian biotech companies have to head overseas to manufacture their potentially life-saving drugs for clinical trials in Australia.