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The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is an independent Australian federal government agency responsible for scientific research. Its chief role is to improve the economic and social performance of industry for the benefit of the community.


Deputy PM says Adani justified in demanding names of CSIRO scientists

The deputy prime minister says he understands why Adani sought the names of government scientists who reviewed a crucial plan for its Queensland coal mine.
SBS - Published

Adani demanded the names of CSIRO scientists reviewing its plans

Adani sought the names of scientists reviewing a plan for its Queensland coal mine because it feared the process might be 'hijacked by activists', emails show.
SBS - Published

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New And Improved Device Launched To Clean Up Massive Ocean Garbage Patch [Video]New And Improved Device Launched To Clean Up Massive Ocean Garbage Patch

Young entrepreneur Boyan Slat dreams of ridding the world's oceans of harmful amounts of plastic. His organization, The Ocean Cleanup, has developed a tool to remove plastic from the Great Pacific..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:54Published


Australia could play big role when astronauts head to Mars: CSIRO

If astronauts ever make it to Mars, Australia will be in the box seat to transmit mankind's next giant leap into the universe, the CSIRO says.
The Age - Published

Winter is coming for newly-named WA fly

A West Australian insect with a spiny crown that appears in winter has been named after an infamous Game of Thrones villain by a CSIRO entomologist.
SBS - Published

CSIRO maps outlook for Australia in 2060

The CSIRO has modelled two versions of Australia in 2060, one where economic, social and environmental challenges are tackled, and the other where they are not.
SBS - Published

Myth busted: CSIRO says Australia's snakes are not the world's deadliest

Dr Somaweera said there were an estimated one million venomous snake bites globally every year.In India alone, about 10,000 people die.
The Age - Published

Australian snake myth busted

A CSIRO scientist says the idea that Australia is the home of the world's most deadliest snakes is largely a myth.
SBS - Published

Gold-speckled fungi discovered in WA

A strain of fungi that draws gold from its surroundings has been discovered in WA, stunning CSIRO scientists who say it could help prospectors find deposits.
SBS - Published

Half of popular websites vulnerable: study

Half of the world's 200,000 most popular websites are vulnerable to malicious activity, according to research by the CSIRO's data research arm Data61.
SBS - Published

Adani did not accept key scientific advice

Adani didn't accept expert scientific advice by Geoscience Australia and CSIRO on how to limit the environmental impact of its Carmichael coal mine.
SBS - Published

CSIRO profiting from weight loss pill with no scientific backing

The CSIRO, Australia's national science agency, is being used to promote a weight-loss pill despite there being no scientific evidence it helps people lose weight.
The Age - Published

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