CSIRO scientists and engineers have contributed to the success and wellbeing of Australia and the world through their innovations and discoveries.
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CSIROpedia explores some of CSIRO’s greatest innovations and discoveries across the decades.
Since 1926, CSIRO has been helping Australia and the world through science. By delving into CSIROpedia you can learn how the organization has contributed to the nation’s wellbeing and prosperity and read brief biographies of the researchers responsible.
Conceived, compiled and edited by Colin Ward, a former Deputy Chief and CSIRO Fellow, this collection will continue to grow documenting important milestones in CSIRO's history. Learn more about CSIRO and some of our greatest achievements.
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|Recently Entered Achievements|
|Cotton breeding and new cotton varieties||entered 19 Sep 2013|
|Oxygen sensor (SIRO2)||entered 06 Sep 2013|
|Salvinia biocontrol||entered 06 Sep 2013|
|DHA canola||entered 06 Sep 2013|
|Gastro-intestinal parasite control of ruminants||entered 08 Aug 2013|
|Transforming the Australian Wine Industry||entered 23 Apr 2013|
|Optically Variable Devices||entered 18 Apr 2013|
|Superconductivity - its contribution to the absolute volt||entered 25 Mar 2013|
|Recently Entered Biographies|
|Hudson, Peter John||entered 01 Nov 2013|
|Bannister, John||entered 06 Sep 2013|
|Thomson, Norman John Perry||entered 22 Aug 2013|
|Gibson, Donald Charles||entered 14 Aug 2013|
|Gordon, Hugh McLeod||entered 08 Aug 2013|
|Possingham, John Victor||entered 23 Apr 2013|
|Higgins, Huntly Gordon||entered 23 Apr 2013|
|Stocker, John Wilcox||entered 22 Apr 2013|
|Christiansen, Wilbur Norman||entered 18 Apr 2013|