CSIRO presents The Future of Water, A Global Climate Action Summit Affiliate Event. CSIRO is Australia’s pre-eminent national science agency. A panel of experts will discuss the challenges water systems will face due to climate change and the current research and technology being developed to try to solve it.
PRESS RELEASE—The partnership marks first major collaboration agreement with an American university for CSIRO.
PRESS RELEASE—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.
PRESS RELEASE—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.
BLOG—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.
BLOG—CSIRO Chairman David Thodey flew into San Francisco in November to support the growth of U.S. operations and to meet with CSIRO partners.
PRESS RELEASE—This month, a special kind of sliced apple will go on sale at select US supermarkets, and thanks to CSIRO research these apples won’t turn brown when they’re cut, bitten or bruised.
PRESS RELEASE — A partnership between CSIRO, Australia's largest research organization, and medical device company Anatomics has led to the first successful implantation of a 3D-printed titanium and polymer sternal and rib cage prosthesis in a U.S. patient.
PRESS RELEASE— A new agreement signed this week in Washington DC provides the framework for Australia - and CSIRO - to support NASA's exploration of the Solar System.
PRESS RELEASE— Australian R&D Agency behind Fast Wifi Core Technology, works to Commercialise Global Technology and Innovation
BLOG—Patients recovering from heart attacks are almost 30% more likely to take part in rehabilitation at home using a new smartphone app compared to those who had to travel to an outpatient clinic or center.