Success Stories

In 1991, when Eskom contacted the CSIR with its need to visualise corona discharges on power distribution networks, no one could guess that two decades later the new start-up company resulting from

The heavy vehicle simulator (HVS) is a CSIR-developed testing facility for roads.

OptimusBio, a spin-out company from the CSIR, manufactures biological products that contain active, beneficial bacteria from the genus Bacillus.

CSIR recently presented a training course on food safety and hygiene awareness to food handlers for five schools in the Eastern Cape.

Fluidised bed combustion has been used to burn coal for many years, but using the experience gained at the CSIR to convert industrial waste to energy gives an important new slant to existing techno

A breakthrough by CSIR chief scientist, Prof Andrew Forbes, led to the design and development of a new laser system with special optics inside, characterised by features on the micro-scale.

The SLAS conference and exhibition event was held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Centre in Washington, DC, from 7 - 11 February, 2015.