Seven megatrends that will shape the next 20 years
A once-in-a-decade report from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, identifies seven global megatrends that hold the key to the challenges […]
Energy partnership to strengthen research collaboration between Australia and US.
Press Release: A new agreement between Australia and the United States will see greater international research collaboration in areas related […]
From Bushfires to Space: from Earth to the Universe – Webinar recap
CSIRO recently partnered with SingularityU on #AFUTUREBYDESIGN webinar with keynote speakers Dr Alex Held and Justin Leonard sharing their research and how their science is making an impact across the globe.
Global Pioneers – interview with Chris Shipley
Chris Shipley is a technology analyst, entrepreneur, convener, photographer, and writer. On the heels of the release of her latest book The Adaptation Advantage, Chris sits down with CSIRO US's own Executive Vice President Susan Lucas-Conwell to discuss her experience as an innovator and disrupter turned journalist and a writer, and her outlook on adaptive companies of the future.
Leaders in Innovation – Global Pioneers
Introducing our Leaders in Innovation - Global Pioneers interview series. We're excited to share another interview series with exceptional people outside of CSIRO, who are contributing to progress worldwide and across industries.
Leaders in Innovation Series: Meet Susan Lucas-Conwell from CSIRO US
Susan launched and continues to lead, CSIRO's North American enterprise, connecting innovators throughout the U.S., Mexico, and Canada with Australia. Check out the video!
Where Space and Wildfires Interconnect
Together with SingularityU, we sat down with two of our research scientists, Dr Alex Held and Justin Leonard who shared how their technology is solving world-scale challenges like wildfires.
When Wildfires Become Climate Fire
CSIRO’s data and digital specialist arm, Data61, developed SPARK, an open framework which combines our current knowledge of fire behaviour with state-of-the-art simulation science to produce predictions, statistics and visualisations of bushfire spread.