Today is the third anniversary of the reboot of the WITCH, one of the most popular exhibits at the Museum. As the world's oldest working digital computer, many hail it as a "proper computer" ...
An in-depth article featuring Colossus and Tommy Flowers features in the 2015 Royal Mail Year Book. Earlier this year, Colossus was highlighted in the Inventive Britain series.
Forty members of the TNMOC Members' Club enjoyed the Club's second open day on 26th September 2015. They saw behind the scenes and heard talks on eavesdropping and air traffic control.
The winners of the Summer Bytes LEGO buld a computer competition have been announced. As always it was a tough choice with some great entries in each of the two age groups.
A whistle-stop tour of TNMOC in smart new video encapsulating the Museum in a couple of minutes. Thanks to Mark Thompson of The Outlook Group for this exceptional piece.
This week BBC's Talking Business programme came to film its debate on Artificial Intelligence in front of the WITCH and you can see the results on TV or online this weekend.
BBC Radio 5Live launched its Make It Digital Ones To Watch initiative in the Colossus Gallery at TNMOC yesterday with Kevin Murrell and three coding wizards from Founders & Coders.
Kevin Murrell highlights computing’s history in all its over-heated noisy glory on 24 June 2015 in central London as part of The Register Summer Lecture series.
On 16 October 2015, the STEMCyber Girls Day will include a FUZE Coding Workshop. You'll have an insight into what programmers really do and why it is important to learn computational thinking.
Forty years ago: Prestel's capabilities unveiled for the first time, the Duke of Kent says computers will soon be the 'dominant technology', and Texas Instruments announce UK shipment of 16-bit microprocessors.
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