The glove is a wearable chemical sensor that can single-handedly identify OP compounds present on surfaces and agricultural products.


It’s been less than a year since CSIRO US opened its doors to bring Australia’s global innovation engine here to help businesses solve global challenges.


At the Sensors Expo our very own Chris Nelson Director of Business Development, Data61 and Dr Peter Thorburn Research Group Leader, Agriculture & Food will discuss how to manage sensor data to human interaction from agriculture to the Great Barrier Reef. Chris Nelson, Data61 Director of Business Development will discuss the monitoring of biodiversity in the Amazon while using video sensing and CSIRO’s hexapod robots.

Browning apples

This month, a special kind of apple slice will go on sale at select US supermarkets and, thanks to our research, these apples won’t turn brown when they’re cut, bitten, or bruised.

Female scientist

A new type of wheat which could offer millions of people a way to boost their fiber intake without having to change their diets is being harvested for the first time in the United States.


How scientific diversity is bringing the world one step closer to a more sustainable planet through a combination of tech advancements, diverse partnerships and innovative strategies.


From expanding the International Space Station to creating the most comprehensive satellite system to provide internet access globally, to space tourists and travel, the global space economy overlaps more than 20 other industries and is projected to grow to over $1.1 trillion by 2040.

Solar research field with tower and heliostats

CSIRO is leading a global collaboration by partnering with the United States’ Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Sandia National Laboratories, Arizona State University and six Australian universities - with the goal of creating solar technology to supply cheap, zero emission, secure energy for Australia, and the world.