Multi-million dollar research into separating hydrogen from Australia’s mixed gas streams could present an alternative to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry, an energy champion has said. It is hoped a two-year project led by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) will plug a gap in global energy technology, which could make Australia the … Continue reading ‘Carbon-free’ fuel discovery to make Australia world’s leading renewable energy supplier
The CSIRO suggests that the way forward for Aussie manufacturers isn’t humans or robots, it’s humans and robots.
AUSTRALIAN scientists have produced A3 sized flexible plastic solar cells, the largest made in Australia and ten times the size of the previous record.
The bulky packaging of batteries limits innovation new electronics today. But flexible batteries that can be incorporated into fabrics offer a game-changing way of powering personal devices – and take us into a new world of wearable electronics.
CSIRO says a new breed of industrial robots and ICT systems could transform Australia’s manufacturing sector, making it safer and more efficient.
A NEW two-dimensional material from RMIT University and CSIRO could enable next-generation high-speed electronics.
CSIRO will lead an Australian solar thermal research initiative, aiming to lower the cost of solar thermal power from 25 to 10 cents per kilowatt hour.
CSIRO’s wireless unit is being cut down due to budget pressures, according to a report from the CSIRO Staff Association.
CSIRO scientists have found that by using quantum dots, they can create a portable sensor to detect the Hendra virus quickly.
CSIRO has selected Mellanox Technologies’ end-to-end FDR InfiniBand solution for their new accelerated computing cluster.
RESEARCHERS from CSIRO, The University of Sydney, and Hong Kong research institutes have created a plasma flashlight which sterilises skin and wounds.
CSIRO has entered into a five-year, $25 million strategic research program with Boeing, to drive innovation in space sciences, advanced materials, energy and direct manufacturing.
CSIRO has settled another law suit against companies in the US, resulting in $220 million of licensing for its wireless local area network (WLAN) technology.