The contribution made by the Vice-President of Indonesia, Professor Dr Boediono, to global affairs has been recognised with the awarding of an Honorary Doctorate from The University of Western Australia from where he graduated more than 40 years ago.
The Vice-President of Indonesia, His Excellency Professor Dr Boediono will be awarded an honorary doctorate from The University of Western Australia at a special ceremony to be held in Winthrop Hall on Thursday evening.
Just two little numbers have changed the way our world operates.
The binary code, on which all computer systems are based, uses the digits 0 and
1. Although the digital age is built on just two numbers, it needs people with a
strong mathematics background to work in it and develop it.
Ian Godfrey Senior Curator and Head of Department of Materials Conservation, Western Australian Museum BSc (Honours), PhD, UWA; DipEd, Secondary Teachers’ College
My first job after graduating from UWA was as a high school teacher. Following this, I lectured in science and science education at the WA College of Advanced Education before joining the Western Australian Museum, initially as Curator of the Organic Materials Conservation.