CSIRO


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CSIRO

(in Australia) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization
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The infrastructure and logistical support that CSIRO has provided for EDGES has enabled our small team to focus on developing the new instrumentation and techniques needed for the experiment.
2-metre diameter complex assemblies with embedded heat-pipes, thermoelectric fin-stack coolers, and heat transfer assemblies to CSIRO in Sydney, who then integrated them into the PAF receivers and dispatched them to ASKAP engineers on-site in Western Australia.
They also noted CSIRO had little knowledge of what was inside many of the barrels, some of which are believed to date back more than 50 years.
According to CSIRO, although the basic principles of this analysis method have been known for decades, the complex nature of the technology has meant that the technique has found only limited commercial application to date.
Barrie Pittock was head of the Climate Impact Group at CSIRO before his retirement in 1999.
Larry Marshall, a Silicon Valley technology entrepreneur and venture capitalist who returned to Australia in January 2015 to take charge of CSIRO, explained the change in the agency's mission by saying that climate change was now a settled question"and the new question is what do we do about it and how do we find solutions for the climate we will be living with.
We have enjoyed working with CSIRO to install this field in a professional manner, and we are extremely pleased with the performance.
html) Fairfax Media , Thang did not express disappointment with the CSIRO decision.
In the late 1990s, CSIRO researchers came up with--and patented--an idea for automating the process, at the time as the industry-backed funding body, the Australian Coal Association Research Program (ACARP), independently decided that automation was a priority for the future.
It is hoped the CSIRO super-chickens will breed disease-resistant offspring, creating a line of poultry which is immune to the deadly flu.
CSIRO will also use this new knowledge to explore the use of Vago for the control of viruses in invertebrate aquaculture species including prawns and abalone.
Entering the competition assigns copyright to CSIRO Education.