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EDSAC veterans visit to rekindle memories

Life working with a 1950's computer was brought vividly to life when EDSAC veterans visited to see the latest stage of the reconstruction. Includes video of the visit.

World scavenger hunt descends on Bytes

Summer Bytes has had a flurry of strange requests from across the globe. Self-confessed scavengers wanted to perform a simple calculation on any pre-1970 computer.

Robots and different realities at Summer Bytes

The month-long Summer Bytes Festival starts on 30 July 2016. Open every afternoon from noon until 5pm, the Festival has fun and learning in store for all the family.

Young coders triumph in engineering challenge

Last Friday, the national final of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) engineering challenge for young people was held at TNMOC. Here's what happened.

Fujitsu Innovation Hub opens in Block H

The world’s first purpose-built computer centre, Block H on Bletchley Park, now hosts a Fujitsu Innovation Hub with the latest in classroom technologies.

Veterans see Lorenz encrypt to decrypt

For the first time ever, all the equipment used in making and breaking Lorenz, Hitler’s most secret cipher, was demonstrated with re-enactors to an audience including Colossus Wrens on 3 June 2016.

Computer hacking archive at TNMOC

The archive of a hacking case that made computing legal history in the UK and changed all our lives has been deposited at TNMOC by Robert Schifreen, the ‘white hat’ at the centre of the 1980’s controversy

Isosceles Finance: new Foundation Sponsor

Isosceles Finance, providers of strategic and operational finance, accounting and HR services to fast-growing technology businesses, has become a Bronze Foundation sponsor of TNMOC.

From encrypt to decrypt - the full Lorenz story

The pinnacle of code-breaking at Bletchley Park can now be told in its entirety from encrypt to decrypt using the full set of 1940’s cutting edge technology following the loan to TNMOC of an extremely rare Lorenz SZ42.

Britain’s first mass-produced business computer

More than 60 years after it was first revealed to the public, Britain’s first mass-produced business computer, the Hollerith Electronic Computer (HEC), is now on display at TNMOC.

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