Posts by Nick Kachel

The launch of a new Australian noble gas facility helps us tackle groundwater issues in conjunction with government and industry.

Understanding impacts and relationships to better manage groundwater in Australia.

CSIRO has surveyed Australia’s research and innovation system to understand its perspectives on the current state of the science-society relationship, and what it sees as priority areas for change.

A new study in the journal Clinical Toxicology examines how effective enzymes can be for treating organo phosphate poisoning in humans.

chairman of the Asahi Glass Foundation Mr Kazuhiko Ishimura and CSIRO researcher Dr Brian Walker at thBlue Planet Prize 2018 ceremony in Tokyoe

Dr Brian Walker received the Blue Planet Award in Tokyo for his work at the forefront of the interdisciplinary area of resilience of complex adaptive systems. With drought, typhoons, earthquakes and tsunamis all in our region, the award is timely.

160 people who attended the The Cutting Edge Symposium on Synthetic Biology are pictured on the steps of the Australian War Memorial. The event was held in Canberra on 4–5 April 2016.

Biofactories, biosensors and beyond: new technologies are being inspired by nature. Synthetic biology is one of the most rapidly growing areas of modern science and there has been a groundswell of interest in Australia.

The cost of replacing essential infrastructure damaged by disasters will reach an estimated $17 billion in the next 35 years. It is essential we systematically build disaster resilience in Australia.

Eastern rock lobster

Plants and animals all over the world are redistributing and changing their behaviour in response to warming temperatures. Observing these changes tells us a lot about our changing climate.

The Blue Mountains NSW

Australia is obliged to report on pollution levels. How we model these levels can be improved.