On the 7th April 2019, the Centre for Computing History joined the LEO Computers Society 2019 reunion and exhibition at the splendid venue of the Victory Services Club, Marble Arch, London. Read more
On the 7th March, the Centre for Computing History was awarded 'Full Accreditation' status by the UK Arts Council. Read more
We're looking to build our small but dedicated education team. Read more
Applications are invited for the post of Archivist on our Heritage Lottery funded project 'Swiss Rolls, Tea & the Electronic Office: A history of LEO, the world's first business computer'. Read more
The Centre for Computing History has recently worked with Momentum Worldwide to help create an interactive timeline exhibit for the Microsoft 'Future Decoded' event. Read more
The Centre for Computing History and the LEO Computers Society are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a £101,000 development grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)* for Swiss R... Read more
A festival of Women in Computing opens on September 24th at the Centre for Computing History. Read more
Following on from the success of our 2017 Women in Computing festival we've made it an annual event in our calendar! Read more
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. Read more
Casual Visitor Services Assistants We are looking for casual Visitor Services Assistants to welcome visitors to the museum by helping to cover our front desk. Read more
On Friday 18th May Alex Meyer MEP launched our new fundraising campaign for museum learning. Read more
Collections Manager vacancy We're looking for a Collections Manager to help us look after our amazing collection. Read more
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. Read more
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. Read more
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... Read more
We're marking the 2018 UK Year of Engineering with a series of new education events. Read more
In John Naughton's June 2017 column for the Guardian, Want to succeed in tech? Try not to be a woman. Read more
Computing History: Where did all the women go? was opened on Oct 5 by Y6 students from St Mary's Junior School, Cambridge. Read more
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... Read more
We have joined forces with multinational tech company Citrix to bring more learning activities to even greater numbers of children. Read more

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