Biomedical Materials and Devices
Our Biomedical Materials and Devices research develops and evaluates new materials and devices for tissue repair, replacement and regeneration.
CSIRO Infrastructure Technologies provides an extensive range of independent testing, assessment and consulting services to support the development of better building products and systems.
Shaping our future
We're helping to shape the national conversation about Australia's future manufacturing industries.
Read the latest news from the Future Manufacturing Flagship, including research findings, announcements and the work we do with Australian industry and communities.
Want titanium for your cranium?
Each year, the CSIRO Titanium Challenge calls on university students to learn about what a totally awesome material titanium is - and to show us what we could do with it!
The Future Manufacturing Flagship is taking titanium technologies from ore to more, building on Australia's world ranking reserves of ore, with our portfolio of advanced metal production and fabrication technologies.
Helping industry and business overcome manufacturing challenges with smarter, cleaner and more efficient technologies.
We develop new materials and manufacturing processes for the Organic and Large Area Electronics industry (OLAE).
Our fully-integrated facilities provide end-to-end capability, allowing us to design new materials, test them in devices and produce prototypes and demonstrators for clients and partners.
Agile Manufacturing Technologies
We develop advanced agile technologies which leverage digital and information sciences to lift manufacturing productivity and competitiveness.
Dry solution to separating particles
CSIRO has developed a dry separation process for granular materials that promises savings in time and cost for industry, and reduced demand on water and energy resources.
Mineral exploration tool developers win major award
A team of CSIRO Future Manufacturing Flagship scientists has won a major mining industry award for the invention of the highly sensitive magnetic field sensor which sits at the operational heart of the mineral exploration tool, LANDTEM™.
A magnetic gradient tensor
The GETMAG™ research done is addressed in this paper which first appeared in the journal The Leading Edge. GETMAG™ is a system for detecting magnetic minerals from the air and mapping the deposits in three dimensions. (4 pages)