Ginninderra News

  • 05 Mar 2020

    ‘Digital twin’ empowers smart urban planning

    CSIRO’s Data61 showcased a cutting edge urban planning technology at the launch of the 3D ‘Digital Twin’ model for Western Sydney on 24 February. With the myriad of connected sensors being introduced to urban environments, we’ve never had so much data available to plan,...

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  • 20 Nov 2019

    Boorowa unlocks digitally-enabled farming future

    A suite of digital technologies will help CSIRO drive the future of agriculture at its state-of-the-art Boorowa research station, officially opened in November. Farmers, scientists, agronomists and the Boorowa community came together to celebrate the launch of Boorowa Agriculture Research Station, with an official...

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  • 14 Nov 2019

    Project update – August – October

    In line with most of the Canberra region, CSIRO Ginninderra experienced one of the driest winters on record with just 51.2 mm of rainfall recorded between June and August at the CSIRO Ginninderra weather station. Winter rainfall hasn’t been so low at Ginninderra since...

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  • 05 Nov 2019

    Red Gum trials to boost ACT Woodlands

    A collaborative effort to bolster the future of Blakely’s Red Gum in the endangered Box-Gum Woodlands has seen around 1000 seedlings planted at CSIRO Ginninderra. Seven thousand Blakely’s Red Gum (Eucalyptus blakelyi) seedlings, sourced from different regions, are being planted across the ACT to...

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  • Welcome to Country cerimony on site 24 Oct 2019

    From little things BIG things grow

    From small beginnings, big things have been growing in the Ginninderra landscape and it all began about four years ago. Towards the end of 2015, CSIRO ecologists from across Australia met to study the CSIRO Ginninderra site and to discuss plans for the protection...

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