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While visiting America last week, almost daily examples of ‘oh my’ moments caused me to consider how rapidly technology is changing our world. Ubiquitous cameras and instantaneous social media links via YouTube, Twitter Periscope and Facebook Live are changing how we interact and communicate in...

The Warren Centre’s 2016 Innovation Lecture will be delivered on Wednesday 14 September by 2012 Young Australian of the Year Marita Cheng. As a globally recognised entrepreneur who has demonstrated vision and leadership well beyond her years, Marita is dedicated to encouraging young women to pursue careers...

The Warren Centre's Creative Code: Where technology meets art event was a vivid, brilliant glimpse of how the world is changing. Creativity and sensory innovation, combined with information and computing technology, are reshaping entertainment, leisure and how we interact. The event explored how art and technology are merging, and...

The Warren Centre held its Creative Code: Where Technology Meets Art event at Sydney's Customs House on Tuesday 7 June. Many thanks to our panellists and everyone who came to the event for making it such a success. The event featured Wayne Lewis, co-founder of the visual effects team of...

The Energising Australia innovation panel was held on Wednesday 11 May at Arup's offices in the Sydney CBD. The event, aimed at University of Sydney alumni and the broader Sydney technology innovation community, was jointly organised by The Warren Centre and the University of Sydney's Faculty...

The Warren Centre's Meditech: How medical technology innovation is changing healthcare options event was presented at the Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney on May 10, 2016. The event was moderated by the ABC’s Medical Reporter, Sophie Scott. Panellists were: Victor Rodrigues Chief Software Architect, Cochlear Prof Hala Zreiqat Head...

Art and technology are merging, and creative pursuits are increasingly underpinned by computer-generated design, coding and technology. The intersection and blurring of the disciplines of STEM and arts to create STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths) is a hugely important trend - and it's one...

The Warren Centre held its Meditech: 2016 to 2025 and beyond event at the Charles Perkins Centre on Tuesday 5 May. Many thanks to our panellists and everyone who came to the event for making it such a success. The event was introduced by NSW Minister of Health...

The New South Wales Government has announced that primary school teachers will be trained as science and maths specialists to engage younger students in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects. Teaching students from at least three NSW universities will be able to specialise in STEM...

The Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology (AINST) was officially launched this week at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub on the University of Sydney campus. Leading international nanoscience figures are speaking at a two-day scientific meeting to mark the launch. Australian Academy of Science President Andrew...

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