The Warren Centre’s expert panel at the first Great Debate on May 24th at the University of Sydney declared that smart systems coordinating renewable energy and storage technologies will solve Australia’s energy supply problems. “Advances
The Warren Centre held its Inclusion² – Entrepreneurship 101 One Day Masterclass event at University of Sydney Business School CBD Campus on Friday 23 February 2018. The first Entrepreneurship 101 session was attended by about
The Warren Centre launched its Inclusion² program earlier this month, with a drinks reception at the University of Sydney Business School featuring many of Australia’s top and upcoming female STEM leaders. Jo Burston of Job
From digital modelling to massive analytics, machine vision and robotics, Professor Andrew Harris describes his vision for shaping tomorrow in an engaging and astonishing range of examples from Australia and around the world. From a
The Warren Centre presents our 2017 Innovation Lecture, Shaping Tomorrow: Robots, 3D printing and Virtual Reality with Professor Andrew Harris.
The Warren Centre’s 2017 Innovation Lecture in Sydney with Andrew Harris showed how prototyping and radical new technologies are changing the delivery of complex infrastructure around the world.
University of Sydney Professor Salah Sukkarieh, who presented The Warren Centre’s 2015 Innovation Lecture, has been named winner of the 2017 CSIRO Eureka Prize for Leadership in Innovation and Science. An expert in robotic and
The Warren Centre presents our 2017 Innovation Lecture, Shaping Tomorrow: Robots, 3D printing and virtual reality with Professor Andrew Harris. Australia has a legacy of world leading innovators, inventors and entrepreneurs. The Warren Centre has
The Warren Centre held its Keeping the Lights On: Infrastructure & Cyber Security event at The University of Sydney Business School on Wednesday 16 August. Many thanks to our speakers, Kumar Parakala, Dr Frank Smith, Daniella Traino, Hamish Fraser,
In July 2017, The Warren Centre hosted a forum on the Chief Scientist of Australia Alan Finkel’s report into energy security and policy. The forum aimed to address where energy policy is heading and what