Roy Jenkins is among the names of some of those who worked in Bletchley Park Block H, the home of TNMOC.
In the second programme of the Science Britannica series, Professor Brian Cox hailed Bill Tutte as a British genius and the breaking of Lorenz as one of the all-time great intellectual achievements.
The visit of Britain's favourite scientist, Professor Brian Cox, to the Colossus and Tunny Galleries in TNMOC is scheduled to be featured in the second part of his new Science Britannica series.
40 Years Ago ... from the pages of Computer Weekly compiled by TNMOC Volunteer Archivist, Brian Aldous. Read about a time when a colour VDU cost £2000.
Google has just released some fascinating short videos of women pioneers in computing with some terrific anecdotes showing how things were.
Sunday's Treasure Quest prize on BBC Thee Counties Radio was to be found at TNMOC's Summer Bytes Festival.
Last week TNMOC volunteers were exploring the potential of the brand new computer-controlled LEGO EV3 Mindstorms. At last weekend's Summer Bytes Festival, the kids took over ...
3D printing, one of the most exciting developments in computing, manufacturing, and design in decades, is starting to make areal impact tghis week it is featuring at the Summer Bytes Festival.
At last weekend's Summer Bytes Festival, three great characters greeted visitors: K9 of Dr Who fame, George the Robot and the WITCH computer -- a few wondered where Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz were
Today is wrap-up day for the 20 Young Rewired State (YRS) participants at TNMOC before they move on to the Festival of Code in Birmingham. See what they have been up to.
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