Latest Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation Stories
A more flexible approach to the expansion of protected area systems could ultimately protect much more biodiversity for the same budget according to a new paper in the scientific journal Nature.
After 10 years of careful breeding and research, scientists have developed what could be the worldâ€™s most perfect prawn.
Nine new species of handfish have been described by CSIRO in research that highlights an urgent need to better understand and protect the diversity of life in Australiaâ€™s oceans.
Australia's average temperature is on the rise, providing compelling evidence of the validity of climate change, claims the country's top group of scientists in a report released on Monday.
Australians can learn much from their deserts and from desert people about how to cope with climate change and scarce resources.
The first Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia was released Nov. 27.
Technology designed to blast aliens in computer games is part of a new GPU (Graphics Processing Units) computer cluster that will process CSIRO research data thousands of times faster and more efficiently than a desktop PC.
Researchers are building the environmental equivalent of the ASX200 as a means of monitoring the health of Australian marine ecosystems.
CSIRO scientists have produced the first preliminary predictions of the potential impact of climate change on the Australian seabed.
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