Unlocking the underground with airborne and legged robots
We’ve conquered the air with drones, but subterranean settings — from human-made tunnels, underground urban spaces, and natural cave networks — are often still inaccessible and dangerous to humans.
CSIRO supports NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft as it enters interstellar space
Voyager 2 is approximately 18 billion kilometres from Earth. Voyager mission scientists have been closely monitoring the spacecraft for signs that it has exited the 'heliosphere', a protective bubble created by our Sun as we move through our galaxy.
Australia’s CSIRO Powering Breakthrough Ocean Monitoring Capabilities With Saildrone Partnership
CSIRO, Australia’s pre-eminent national science organization, has today announced a partnership with San Francisco Bay Area-based ocean technology start-up Saildrone to radically improve measurement and monitoring in hard-to-access oceans starting in the Southern Hemisphere.
CSIRO-Swinburne partnership leads charge for Australia-US innovation
CSIRO and Swinburne University of Technology have launched a new partnership in Silicon Valley as part of a strategic move to increase Australia-US research, innovation and commercialisation.
CSIRO And Anatomics partner to produce first 3D-printed sternum for U.S. patient
Anatomics, an Australian medical device company whose US operations are now co-located at CSIRO's new Silicon Valley office, designed the sternal and rib cage prosthesis and printed it at CSIRO’s Lab 22 facility in Melbourne.