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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.

Cyber Ready Girls' Day

Over 40 girls from across five London secondary schools joined forces this week to attend a Cyber Ready Girls' Day, run by law firm Baker & McKenzie in collaboration with TNMOC.

From sci-fi to sci-fact - Easter Bytes

There is fun for all the family at Easter Bytes Festival at TNMOC this Easter with technology past and present, fact and fiction. From Daleks to OhBot the robot and computers controlled by your mind.

Lost Dead WITCH portrait rediscovered

A rare portrait of an early computer has been rediscovered after a plea by its artist and The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC), where the computer itself has been fully restored to working order.

Ada competition winners meet Colossus vets

Three winners of the Fascinating Ada Competition designed to inspire female students about careers in computing received their prizes at Oxford University and their entries have now been published online.

TNMOC becomes Fujitsu Education Ambassador

TNMOC is to become one of 20 new educational establishments in the Fujitsu Education Ambassador Programme. A Fujitsu Innovation Hub at TNMOC will support learning and skills development.

Top computing experts become trustees

Two computing experts with prestigious reputations in different fields of computing have become trustees of TNMOC: computer scientist Dr Andrew Herbert and computing historian Professor Martin Campbell-Kelly.

Edshack: a workshop time capsule

A home workshop in Reading is today playing a vital role in the reconstruction of EDSAC, the Cambridge University machine that 65 years ago led the world’s computing revolution.


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