The CSIRO has successfully refuelled two fuel cell vehicles that use ultra-high purity hydrogen which was produced in Queensland using the organisation's membrane technology.
Scientists at the CSIRO have developed Australia's first home-grown carbon fibre, a material that is used in things as varied as bicycles, tennis rackets, satellites and fighter planes.
The CSIRO has released a science masterplan aimed at improving Australia’s record in innovation and which it says will help the country respond to global changes and digital disruption. The plan has been advanced by the CSIRO against the background of Australia’s lowly ranking of 81st in the world ‘innovation efficiency’ stakes.
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