People interested in the history of computing can now dive into an archive of programmes created by the BBC for a national initiative called the 'Computer Literacy Project' throughout the 1980s.
Our super clever volunteer Iffat Islam of Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge won last weekend's Stemettes design-a-game event hosted by Microsoft Research and Head Stemette, Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE.
April 7th, All-Day Show Featuring Award-Winning Local Companies The Centre for Computing History, a major archive, hands-on museum and learning centre in Cambridge, is delighted to announce the Cambridge Game Developers' Showcase.
New Heritage Partnership to Protect Important Archive The Centre for Computing History, a major archive, hands-on museum and learning centre in Cambridge and the LEO Computers Society, a group pass...
Opening on October 5th, Computing History: Where did all the women go? will present a timely and fascinating new insight into the unrecognised contributions of pioneering women in the computing indus...
With just over a month to go until the launch of our new autumn exhibition Computing History: Where did all the women go? we are busy putting the finishing touches to an exciting programme of events.
Since opening at the end of 2013, over 5,000 children have visited the Centre. These children deserve a space which is engaging and instructive, where they can feel a sense of adventure, exploration and surprise!
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