The platform our scientists used to reveal insights into SARS-CoV-2’s behaviour
A team led by Professor Sean O’Donoghue, from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and CSIRO’s Data61, has produced a resource that can assist researchers with collaboration – and also with the virus’s invisibility. They’ve recently published a paper in Molecular Systems Biology detailing what they’ve done.
Look, but don’t touch: Digital Humans and performance analysis
Harnessing the power of high-performance computing, a Digital Human is a detailed replica of a person (or part of a person) and their environment. It digitally duplicates someone’s anatomy by using data from body scans and medical imaging, enabling us to evaluate the functions, movement and health of a person without putting them through invasive tests.
Coastal hazard assessment tool wins national environment and sustainability award
The Port Phillip Coast Hazard Assessment project, conducted by CSIRO’s Data61 in collaboration with the Victorian Department of Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), has received the Environment and Sustainability award at both the Victorian and National APSEA Industry Awards, held separately in March this year.
New version of Spark to be used nation-wide to model and predict bushfires
Australia will develop a nationally consistent bushfire modelling and prediction capability under an agreement announced of February 4th between CSIRO’s […]
NSW Digital Twin to inform emergency responders this bushfire season
Over 2,400 homes destroyed, roughly $1 billion in infrastructure damage, 5.4 million hectares burned and the loss of 26 lives […]
Q&A with the team behind the award-winning PaintCloud
The pandemic has reinforced the critical need for businesses to enable their employees to work efficiently outside of the conventional […]
Explore CSIRO’s Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder with their digital twin
By applying state-of-the-art computer graphics, simulation, virtual reality and augmented reality, researchers from CSIRO’s Data61 in collaboration with CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science (CASS), CSIRO’s Information Management and Technology (IM&T) and UNSW’s Expanded Perception and Interaction Centre (EPICentre) have designed a digital twin of one of Australia’s largest radio telescopes.
How data science is helping astronauts prospect for lunar ice
The moon will once again play a crucial role in the space race, but this time as the gatekeeper to the solar system, acting as a link […]
New algorithms help data scientists connect data points from multiple sources to solve high-risk problems
Fraud and cybercrime are highly complex problems that often require immense amounts of connected and extraordinarily dense data to be organised and interpreted. One of the challenges […]