Three of our top scientists are on board the MV Ushuaia in Antarctica as part of an innovative leadership program for women in science.
The pressure is on to predict where bushfires will start, how fast they’ll spread and which path they’ll take. CSIRO’s ‘Spark’ simulation toolkit could be a game-changer.
It was a simple fix and now wetlands reborn in Queensland’s far north are nurturing reef fish and bird life once again. The rewards of nature are being matched with awards for leadership in sustainability.
After years of crisis in Chile’s burgeoning salmon industry, culminating in riots earlier this year, a CSIRO-developed aquaculture modelling tool is set to transform the sector.
Trees are good at sequestering carbon but fire can quickly undo all the good. One place where plants can sequester carbon without fear of fire is under water.
The marine economy is growing at break-neck speed. How we use our oceans needs clever planning and innovative thinking, all based on sound science.
Ships in Australian waters are getting bigger and more numerous all the time. We need a plan to help them avoid crashing into whales and other large sea creatures.
The idea of infrastructure usually conjures images of bitumen, concrete and steel reinforcement. The first internationally-coordinated review of the state of the world’s pollinators now calls for green infrastructure – even ‘bee highways’. They’ve just published in Nature.