Scientific Infrastructure Search
The CSIR is equipped for world-class innovation. The organisation recognises that scientific infrastructure is key in scientific discovery and producing solutions for industry and society. Scientific infrastructure includes laboratories, testing facilities, scientific instruments and equipment, clean rooms and pilot plants needed for research and technological innovation.
Collaboration between the research sector, industry and government results in the shared use of the infrastructure and helps build bridges that benefit the country.
The CSIR supports naval forces by developing optronics for improved maritime surveillance. To accurately test these systems while in the development phase, a simulator was developed that emulates a ship’s movement at sea.
The CSIR’s solid-state laser research and development (R&D) laboratory is housed in a class 1 000 clean room facility with isolated class 100 and class 10 areas for highly sensitive dust-free w
The Advanced Design and Manufacturing Innovation Centre (ADMIC) supports ongoing research into new manufacturing techniques, technologies and materials, as well as specialised design and manufactur
The CSIR’s Detonics, ballistics and explosives laboratory (DBEL) is a uniquely equipped facility, outside of the City of Tshwane, where experimentation is conducted to determine the impact of blast