[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="grid" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern" z_index=""][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Warren Centre has published a new report, The Circular Economy: Global Trends and Future Challenges, investigating how changes to the supply chain could vastly improve environmental and financial waste. The term "circular economy" refers to a...

The Warren Centre's Chair Richard (Dick) Kell was awarded the Peter Nicol Russell Memorial Medal at the Australian Engineering Excellence Awards in Brisbane on Tuesday, 23 November. Dick began practising engineering in 1960 and built his own engineering firm, which merged with Cardno. He led Cardno as...

La Trobe University's School of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences will integrate The Warren Centre's PPIR program into its undergraduate engineering course curriculum. This is a major step forward in the introduction of Professional Performance to the tertiary education sector. Subject lecturer and industry project coordinator, Eddie...

A remarkable energy future emerging across Asia is highlighted in a new report by The Warren Centre. The Copper Technology Roadmap 2030 explores the role of technology and changing demographics across Asia. It finds substantial trends that Australia should heed to align for growth opportunities. “With some 210...

The NSW Minister for Health, The Hon Jillian Skinner MP, will open the Warren Centre’s “Meditech: 2016 to 2025 and Beyond” expert panel on Tuesday 10 May. Ms Skinner has a long history of involvement with health and medical innovation in New South Wales. She...

How can engineers and academia build a collaborative culture? The Warren Centre and Engineers Australia outline some of the key ways in which we can bring together the best minds from universities and industry. Australian universities are among the best in the world, with their total research...

The Warren Centre welcomed the $1b investment in the Prime Minister’s Innovation Statement yesterday, but cautioned more is required to secure our place in the knowledge economy. “The Warren Centre has long advocated for a complete innovation strategy, most recently in our Vision for a Nation...

The newly launched PPIR Program will continue The Warren Centre's task of disseminating professional performance to the engineering profession and industry. In April 2015, we completed the PPIR project, which developed and tested the full suite of PPIR training and industry processes. I am now pleased to...

The Warren Centre is delighted to announce the appointment of Richard Kell AM to the role of Chair. With 50 years as a professional engineer in Australia and overseas, Richard brings incomparable experience as we continue to evolve “We are delighted to have someone with the calibre...

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