#Experimental Development Program
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
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.
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.
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.
CSIRO’s cyanide-free gold showcases non-toxic solution
28 Aug 2018 - CSIRO, Australia's national science agency, has produced the country’s first gold using a non-toxic chemical process in an effort to provide an alternative to cyanide and mercury to extract the yellow metal.
CSIRO tech accelerates hydrogen vehicle future
8 Aug 2018 - Australia is a step closer to a new hydrogen production and export industry following the national science agency’s successful refuelling of two fuel cell vehicles.
Evaluation of novel hybrid membranes
2 Nov 2017 - Academics from Japan and Australia have assessed the effectiveness of novel hybrid materials known as mixed matrix membranes, to capture carbon dioxide and mitigate against global warming.