Ginninderra News

  • 07 Feb 2019

    Weather station tracks heatwave and aids future climate planning

    The same Ginninderra weather station that supported decades of crop breeding, also tracked our recent extreme temperatures in Canberra, and is helping us to plan for future extreme events and our changing climate. CSIRO Ginninderra, like Canberra and much of Australia, sweltered through a...

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  • 22 Jan 2019

    Project update – December-January

    A Happy New Year to all of our newsletter and online readers! As we welcome 2019, our Project Team is focusing on building the collaborations and bringing together the science capability, innovation and technology that we contribute to sustainable urban communities and city living....

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  • 17 Jan 2019

    Healthy New Year takes guts, intestinal fortitude and fibre

    We kick off 2019 with a new opportunity to join the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet revolution via our new Gut Health Program. If improved health and wellbeing rated highly on your New Year’s resolutions – or you just want to lose weight and improve...

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  • 20 Dec 2018

    A merrier Christmas and ‘Appy’ New Year

    A mobile phone App is brightening Christmas for some parents of pre-term babies – one solution among a wave of digital technologies that are set to revolutionise Australian healthcare. Being separated from prematurely born babies is a heartache for many parents, and one that...

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  • 28 Nov 2018

    Cool science to beat the heat in Darwin and Asia

    A new CSIRO Urban Living Lab will help transform Darwin into a best-practice example of tropical urban living and promote Australian cities’ expertise into Asia. Darwin’s tropical climate, high temperatures and humidity present challenges for urban liveability and sustainability that are shared by countries...

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