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 in demand management technology are accelerating the death of coal as...

The future of subterranean infrastructure, an exclusive lunch event with world-renowned professionals in underground infrastructure delivery, will take place on Thursday 24 November Buy tickets now! We have been able to secure outstanding speakers from across the world who are currently working at the forefront of technical and commercial...

Watch the video highlights from The Warren Centre's Beyond Binary: Quantum Computing in Australia event, held at the University of Sydney Business School CBD Campus on Tuesday 25 October 2016. https://vimeo.com/193486745   The Beyond Binary panel investigated the capability, opportunity and funding for and from quantum computing in...

What if there was a supercomputer that could find a way to allow electricity to be transmitted without resistance – like a fibre optic cable - thereby providing a vast reservoir of additional power around the world? Or indeed a computer that could allow ammonium-based fertiliser...

This week, The Warren Centre hosted the ACS’s John Makepeace Bennett memorial event, Beyond Binary: Quantum capabilities in Australia and Sydney. As a pioneer in building some of the earliest computers, inventing the first computer game, and in bringing supercomputing and the Internet to Sydney,...

The Warren Centre is proudly presenting four events on Tuesday 25 October and Wednesday 26 October as part of the Spark Festival (formerly Sydney Startup Week). Our first event Beyond Binary is already fully booked - so get in quick for the other events to...

VIDEO: Creative Code, where technology meets art: https://vimeo.com/171055289 Watch the video highlights from The Warren Centre's Creative Code event on 7 June 2016. The event took place at Sydney’s Customs House on 7 June 2016. Gail Silman, Principal Project Officer for Training Services NSW, was the moderator. The panellists...

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