CSIRO Mineral Resources Business Unit

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)

We are one of the largest minerals research and development groups in the world, with a proud track record in delivering innovation and solutions across the mineral resources value chain. We apply our expert knowledge and specialised research to deliver innovation that solves the challenging, complex problems faced by minerals companies, mining equipment, technology and services (METS) companies, government, and other industry stakeholders. Queensland research locations include: Pullenvale (QCAT)

Organisation type
  • Part of national organisation – Government
  • Commonwealth statutory authority
Number of research staff
100-200 research staff
1 Technology Court, Pullenvale QLD 4069

Strengths and capabilities

  • Exploration geoscience
  • Resource engineering
  • Process science and engineering
  • Resource characterisation
  • On-line analysis
  • Data analytics and decision support
  • Mine safety and carbon capture techniques
  • Social and environmental science

Facilities and major equipment

  • Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies
  • Remote Management Centre
  • Tunnel Testing Area

Key science sectors

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