A neon 'Change' sign

Australian researchers working with the United Nations have developed a tool to drive practical change in the world’s global resource […]

Digital Health

Google Australia has today launched the Digital Future Initiative – a $1 billion investment in Australian infrastructure, research and partnerships […]

The 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) brings together the world’s nations to discuss the challenge of […]


Graph Air – CSIRO Graphene is a revolutionary carbon material that is one atom thick and will find application in […]

Murray River

AquaWatch Australia   – CSIRO Safeguarding Australia’s freshwater and coastal resources The goal of AquaWatch is to establish a comprehensive […]

Runner Up!

Organised by the US Government research agency DARPA and spanning a three-year-period, the Subterranean Challenge was designed to push the […]

Hydrogen membrane

A new $5 million program to be led by CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, will strengthen development of Australia’s hydrogen industry by supporting research, development and demonstration (RD&D) collaborations with international research organisations.

A view from above - sea and land

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.

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.