Our museum robot has digitally brought together the pieces of Australia’s most iconic thoroughbred, Phar Lap.

Our museum robot has digitally brought together the pieces of Australia’s most iconic Thoroughbred, PharLap.

The future of health is digital: We're working on a digitally-enabled health system complete with telepresence robots, wireless ID wristbands, mobile health apps and smart software.

The future of health is digital: We're working on a digitally-enabled health system complete with telepresence robots, wireless ID wristbands, mobile health apps and smart software.

Living life wirelessly: check out how we're using Wi-Fi technologies in the 21st century.

Living life wirelessly: check out how we're using Wi-Fi technologies in the

Adaptation Solutions for a Changing Climate: there are a range of practical measures we can take to prepare for the impacts of a changing climate.

Infographic - Adaptation Solutions to a Changing Climate.

Who doesn’t love gold? Thanks to its beauty and resistance to corrosion, this precious metal has been used in jewellery and art throughout history. It has also been used as a medium of exchange or money for over 6000 years.

Using X-ray vision to detect unseen gold

Our 2014 State of the Climate report suggests the world is experiencing a consistent pattern of warming. Read the full report: http://www.csiro.au/Outcomes/Climate/Understanding/State-of-the-Climate-2014.aspx

Landscape schematic indicating changes in the global climate system

Two days before Australia Day in 2004, NASA’s Opportunity Rover landed on Mars. This little "rover that could" was only intended to undertake a three month mission, but 2014 marks a decade of research. Opportunity sends data from her scanners and sensors back to Earth, including to our Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, for scientists to analyse and interpret what it tells us about Mars past and present.

Two days before Australia Day in 2004, NASA’s Opportunity Rover landed on Mars. This little "rover that could" was only intended to undertake a three month mission, but 2014 marks a decade of research. Opportunity sends data from her scanners and sensors back to Earth, including to our Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, for scientists to analyse and interpret what it tells us about Mars past and present.

From telephones and microwaves to robots and WiFi, we look at the so-called ‘disruptive technologies’ that have transformed our lives.

The theory of digital disruption can identify and explain the cause of disruption by a wide variety of challengers and in different industr.

Next time you boil the kettle, have a think about this: over 90 per cent of the electricity used today is being generated by coal and gas. By 2050, when you do the same thing – make a cuppa – the electricity you use could be generated by over 20 energy sources and technologies. That’s a big change.

Next time you boil the kettle, have a think about this: over 90 per cent of the electricity used today is being generated by coal and gas. By 2050, when you do the same thing – make a cuppa – the electricity you use could be generated by over 20 energy sources and technologies. That’s a big change.

What might a day in the future health system look like? Follow Lee's journey after a broken arm.

What might a day in the future health system look like? Follow Lee's journey after a broken arm.

A look at how wireless LAN technology has given us the freedom to live wirelessly.

An Australian research organization owns patents vital to the WiFi standards.

The future looks 'appy' for broadband connected homes.

Explore an incredible infograph on the future looks "apply" for Australian broadband connected house extensions in Brisbane

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