The incredible story of the WITCH, the world’s oldest working digital computer that has risen from the dead on three separate occasions, is told in a new short video.
On the 25th anniversary of the Save Bletchley Park Campaign, we pay tribute to the campaigners and specially to Margaret Sale, there at the start and still on site today.
A team from The National Museum of Computing beat the Eggheads on BBC 2’s popular quiz programme this week and won £4,000 for the Museum.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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