News Releases

The Imitation Archive release

The Imitation Archive, a musical composition by Matt Parker recorded at TNMOC, will be premiered on radio this month and an audio archive now forms part of the British Library Sound and Vision Archive.

Fascinating Ada

Female students with an interest in computing are invited to enter a competition to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Ada Lovelace, generally regarded as the first computer programmer.

Take part in App-a-thon World Record Attempt

Take part in the App-a-thon Guinness World Record attempt at TNMOC on 13 June 2015. The family fun day event, which is open to all, will be held at many venues across the UK. Register for your place now.

Air traffic control gallery opens

A new gallery featuring interactive exhibits highlighting the past, present and future of air traffic control has opened at TNMOC. Sponsored by NATS, the centre-piece of the gallery is an Air Traffic Control Simulator.

2015 CyberCenturion Winners

2015 CyberCenturion National Finals, a competition for aspiring cyber security professionals, has been so successful that sponsor Northrop Grumman has announced that there will be another in 2016.

National CyberCenturion Final at TNMOC

Aspiring young cyber security professionals will compete in the first final of CyberCenturion in the home of Colossus on 17 April 2015. CyberCenturion aims to inspire students to take up careers in cyber security.

Margaret Sale President of new TNMOC Club

Anyone with an interest in computing history can join a new club at TNMOC to develop their passion and support the ongoing development of one of the great computing museums of the world.

Budding engineers in MK Rotary Tech Tournament

This week, sixty young budding engineers attempted a demanding set of challenges in an attempt to win the Milton Keynes Rotary Technology Tournament in historic Block H, the home of Colossus.

First Class Colossus Stamp

Veteran Colossus operators are delighted with the recognition of Colossus and its designer Tommy Flowers in Royal Mail's Inventive Britain set of stamps just issued. Colossus is one of two first class stamps.

Discovery of rare part of early computer

A very rare original part of EDSAC, one of the world’s first computers, has resurfaced in the USA. The EDSAC team is eager to know if more exists as the part may have been acquired at auction in the 1950s.

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