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To confirm life on other planets, we need to detect far more molecules in their atmospheres than we currently do to rule out non-biological chemical processes.

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A unique three-way partnership between UNSW, industry and the CSIRO will link high-performing early career researchers and industry, with tangible benefits to the national economy, writes Laura Poole-Warren.

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Two UNSW research teams have been selected to join the CSIRO sci-tech pre-accelerator, ON Prime, to help drive their science and technology ideas from the lab to the marketplace.

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Science Minister Greg Hunt's instruction to restore climate science as a 'core activity' at the CSIRO is a ray of hope for public good science, writes Matthew England.

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CSIRO’s reported decision to withdraw from a NASA-led global network of aerosol monitoring has alarmed climate scientists and economists alike, and for good reason, write Surya Karthik Mukkavilli and Merlinde Kay.

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UNSW researchers are concerned about the paltry size of the new climate science research centre announced by the CSIRO.

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Australian society will be the biggest loser if the CSIRO is forced to abandon its blue-sky work, writes Les Field.

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Larry Marshall may be right when he says the question of global warming has been answered. But there are many more climate questions to ask, writes Andy Pitman.

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Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) Brian Boyle has received the CSIRO’s highest honour for pioneering the next-generation Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder – the world’s largest radio telescope.

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A UNSW alumnus investigating materials that could dramatically improve carbon dioxide capture and enable more efficient hydrogen-powered vehicles is making waves at the CSIRO. 

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