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Women and computing online resource planned

An online video resource for schools to use to encourage more women in computing is to be created by the award-winning team of TNMOC, LGfL and E2BN.

A-mazing Easter Bytes

The very popular Easter Bytes is now over and we are selecting the winners for the competitions ...

Capt Raymond "Jerry" Roberts MBE 1920-2014

It is with great sadness that we pass on the news of the death of Capt Raymond "Jerry" Roberts MBE, one of the last surviving Bletchley Park codebreakers. He worked in the Testery deciphering Tunny.

TNMOC restates call for an Independent Review of Bletchley Park disagreements

TNMOC trustees urge Bletchley Park Trustees to agree to an Independent Review so that the current disagreements can be resolved & a globally important heritage site can be an inspiration for future generations.

Retail guru becomes TNMOC Trustee

A highly respected International Leader and technology innovator who has headed up companies across the world has been appointed as a trustee of The National Museum of Computing.

A proposal to resolve disagreements at Bletchley Park

In view of recent press reports about the dispute at Bletchley Park, the trustees of TNMOC would like it to be known that on 13 February 2014 its Board wrote to the Bletchley Park Trust proposing an independent review of the situation. A full reply is awaited.

Veterans celebrate Colossus at 70

Colossus veterans and their families gather today at The National Museum of Computing located on Bletchley Park to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Colossus, the world's first electronic computer.

TNMOC wins BETT education award

An online video resource for schools about the history of computing has won a prestigious BETT award. The unprecedented resource created with LGfL is now available online to approximately 25,000 UK schools.

The bigger picture: fragmenting a heritage site

A response by TNMOC Trustees to the Bletchley Park Trust statement dated 29 January 2014.
It is a follow-up to the TNMOC statement of 27 January 2014.

"Deciphering dissent" at Bletchley Park. TNMOC trustees' statement.

Following the BBC TV and radio reports on 24 January 2014 on "deciphering dissent" at Bletchley Park, the trustees of The National Museum of Computing make the following statement:


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