News Releases

Taking Control at Christmas Bytes

Taking control is the theme of the fun-filled 3-day Bytes Festival on 28, 29, 30 December 2017. Parent, daughters & sons can code robots, program Minecraft & experiment with the future of voice control.

The WITCH - 5 years as a returning teacher

Having defied the scrapyard on three occasions, the world’s oldest working digital computer is celebrating the 5th anniversary of its latest life as s popular educational tool in TNMOC's Learning Programme.

Sophos becomes Foundation Sponsor

Sophos, a global leader in network and endpoint security, has become a Corporate Foundation Sponsor at TNMOC. Sophos sponsorship, until 2020, will provide expertise & support for museum development.

Block H – an ‘Irreplaceable Place’

Block H, now the home of TNMOC and the rebuilt Colossus, has been selected as one of England’s ‘irreplaceable places’ by Professor Lord Winston in Historic England’s A History of England in 100 Places.

Strategy leader in IT industry becomes trustee

James Mayo, an executive leader in the IT sector with 25 years of international sales, marketing and business development experience has joined the board of trustees at The National Museum of Computing.

Colossus VR Experience at Summer Bytes

The Colossus virtual reality experience is being revealed to visitors throughout the Summer Bytes family festival running on Thursday to Sunday afternoons until 27 August 2017.

Prize for relaxed openings for people with autism

The ‘relaxed openings’ initiative for people with autism and their families at TNMOC has just been boosted by a Museums and Heritage Prize. Two more relaxed openings already planned: 28 July and 25 August.

Andrew Herbert becomes TNMOC Chair

Dr Andrew Herbert OBE, formerly head of Microsoft’s research laboratories across EMEA, is the new chairman of The National Museum of Computing .

Django Girls MK meet-ups at home of Colossus

Women living in and around Milton Keynes are invited to Django Girls free introductory coding sessions in the home of Colossus on Tuesday evenings starting on 11 July 2017.

3D virtual tour now online

Anyone can now have a 3D virtual tour of two early computing galleries at the Museum thanks to the 3D, 360-degree photography application developed by Venue View Virtual Tours.

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