Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, is helping to tackle the growing threat of cyber attacks facing Australian manufacturing by providing free research and development support to businesses working in the cyber security sector.
A field trial of a room-temperature, diamond-based quantum “accelerator” is now underway, as the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre installs Quantum Brilliance’s computer in Perth.
The CSIRO will invest $50 million over the next five years in four new programs to drive critical breakthroughs in tough national challenges – two of which include energy storage and carbon locking.
The CSIRO has released a Roadmap highlighting the research required to continue Australia’s transition to a more secure and affordable electricity system, showing that innovation can drive the integration of renewables.
SWIRLFLOW, a mixing technology used in mineral processing, celebrated its 25-year milestone of operations in Australia and is expected to save millions in capital and production costs.
A new Insight Report released at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2022 provides a roadmap for emerging opportunities in quantum computing, which is crucial in addressing future risks.
CSIRO’s annual GenCost report has again found renewables to be the cheapest new-build electricity generation option in Australia.
The federal government has launched the National Artificial Intelligence Centre to help unlock the potential of AI for business, by coordinating Australia’s AI expertise and capabilities.
A material footprint indicator tool has been developed by the UN Environment Programme, CSIRO, UNSW Sydney, the University of Sydney and Vienna University, to better comprehend how many resources each country consumes.
From Broken Hill to Newcastle and Bega to Ballina, NSW’s nation-leading Spatial Digital Twin will soon provide a 4D model for the entire state with a $40 million investment from the NSW Digital Restart Fund (DRF).
The CSIRO will contribute to global efforts to design a new capability called “Collaborative Intelligence,” reinventing the way humans and AI work together via the Collaborative Intelligence (CINTEL) Future Science Platform.
Singular Health has been awarded funding from the CSIRO Kick-Start program to undertake a collaborative research project focused on developing an AI-based tool to automatically design replacement cranial implants.
CSIRO and the Northern Territory government have partnered with industry and engineering businesses to develop the blueprint for a large scale, low emissions Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage Hub (CCUS) in Middle Arm.
Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG) scientists have collaborated with the CSIRO and partners in academia to develop a computer device that enhances security and productivity, the Cross Domain Desktop Compositor (CDDC).
Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, will deliver the $5 million Hydrogen RD&D International Collaboration Program backed by the federal government, aimed at advancing Australia’s clean hydrogen industry.
CSIRO and the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) have released their annual GenCost Report, stating that solar photovoltaics (PV) and wind continue to be the cheapest sources of new electricity generation capacity in Australia. This is despite the inclusion of renewables’ integration costs, according to the 2020-21 report. In consulting with industry stakeholders to estimate the costs of generating electricity for … Continue reading GenCost Report confirms solar and wind cheapest energy sources
Energy Renaissance, an Australian lithium-ion battery manufacturer, announced today that it will develop a defence-grade cybersecure Battery Management System (BMS) for its superStorage family of batteries that are to be manufactured in Tomago, NSW. The A$1.46 million BMS project is jointly funded and developed by Energy Renaissance with Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO and the Innovative Manufacturing CRC … Continue reading Energy Renaissance, IMCRC, CSIRO team up to deliver secure battery management system
Swinburne University of Technology has received a $10 million injection from the Victorian Government to build the Victorian Hydrogen Hub with the CSIRO. The Victorian Hydrogen Hub (VH2) is designed to bring researchers, industry partners and businesses together to test, trial and demonstrate new and emerging hydrogen technologies. These will support sustainable manufacturing practices, as … Continue reading New Swinburne hydrogen hub to advance a net zero emission future
The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), developed and operated by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, mapped approximately three million galaxies in just 300 hours. The Rapid ASKAP Continuum Survey is like a Google map of the Universe where most of the millions of star-like points on the map are distant galaxies – about a … Continue reading Australian telescope creates a new atlas of the Universe
CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, has signed an agreement with U.S.-based GTI, a leader in the development and deployment of technology solutions to address energy and environmental challenges, to join a Joint Industry Program on the development of a supercritical CO2 (sCO2) power plant that could assist mining companies to reach large renewable energy targets. When … Continue reading CSIRO signs new agreement with US partners for a transformational power generation technology