IBM Centennial Survey

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Australians have rated disease prevention, public health and modern medicine as the most influential breakthroughs of the last 100 years.

The IBM Centennial survey conducted to coincide with the company’s 100th anniversary polled more than 1000 Australians of mixed age, gender and location, on their views of most significant breakthroughs of the last 100 years.

Biographies & photos

Glenn Wightwick - Director, IBM Research and Development - Australia, and Chief Technologist for IBM Australia

Professor Les White AM - Chief Paediatrician for NSW

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News releases
Date Title
24 May 2011 Staying alive - Australians rate disease prevention and healthcare as the most significant breakthroughs of the last 100 years

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Contact(s) for the Press kit

Katie Burford

External Relations Professional 61-450-333-600 kburford@au1.ibm.com

Karen Wells

Text 100 Public Relations 61-2-9956-5733 karen.wells@text100.com.au