Cambridge-based video game developer and publisher, Frontier Developments plc is sponsoring the Centre for Computing History to help lend support to the museum’s ambitious video game preservation project.
To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the BBC film Micro Men, starring Alexander Armstrong and Martin Freeman, The Centre for Computing History in Cambridge has gathered together Chris Curry, Steve Furber and Hermann Hauser, who are represented in the film, for a re-watch of the movie.
Cambridge Centre for Computing History has partnered with leading cybersecurity experts Darktrace, whose team has developed a 'Capture The Flag' workshop to help young people understand some key cybersecurity concepts and recognise how cybersecurity impacts our everyday lives.
The Centre for Computing History (CCH) yesterday (Monday) announced it received a £1m funding boost, enabling the purchase of its Cambridge premises.
Video game designer and programming genius, David Jones, has donated his Tandy TRS-80 Model III computer to the Centre for Computing History
David's computer was welcomed into the collection because this was the machine that he used to create his classic games featuring "Magic Knight", Finders Keepers and its sequels: Spellbound, Knight Tyme, and Stormbringer.
The Cambridge Centre for Computing History and the LEO Computers Society are delighted to announce that they have been awarded a £101,000 development grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)* for Swiss Rolls, Tea and the Electronic Office: A History of LEO, the First Business Computer.
A programme of exciting events linked to the past, present and future of women in technology is underway at the Cambridge Centre for Computing History.
Alex Meyer MEP has launched Cambridge Centre for Computing History's new fundraising campaign for museum learning. The centre is looking for companies who can help it continue to deliver and expand its successful museum learning programme.
Hot on the footsteps of its cracking 'Build a synthesizer' workshop (which will be running again soon), the Cambridge Centre for Computing History is offering another new exciting workshop.
This week, as part of the National Lottery Big Thank You, Cambridge's Centre for Computing History is offering free entry to all visitors who bring a lottery ticket with them.
Christmas is coming and there are plenty of festive events going on at the Centre for Computing History.
From its new women in computing exhibition to music workshops, academic talks to pop-up gaming – the Centre for Computing History has it all this month.
Students from St Mary’s Junior School Cambridge Open New Exhibition at Centre for Computing History - Where did all the women go?
New exhibition set to shine a spotlight on the rich history of women in computing
The Centre for Computing History has joined forces with multinational tech company Citrix to bring more STEM learning activities to even greater numbers of children.
Keep yourselves occupied with coding workshops, fascinating tours and the return of the Centre's famous Family Gaming Night, with a SEGA-themed twist!
The summer holidays are almost upon us, but the Centre for Computing History has a great lineup of events to keep children of all ages occupied.
Forget the Oscars, the BAFTAs and the BRIT Awards, the glitziest night of the year took place last week with the third annual SHARE Museums East Volunteer Awards held at the Museum of East Anglian Life at Stowmarket in Suffolk.
From exhibitions to gigs to gaming nights and more, a great range of events are coming up at the Cambridge Centre for Computing History. Highlights include Acorn World, an exhibition dedicated to the company behind the BBC Micro; the next instalments of its famous Family and Retro Gaming Nights; and a diverse range of May Half Term activities.
Cambridge Centre for Computing History is open throughout this half term holiday, offering a host of fun events for all the family.
Today is international Safer Internet Day (SID) and the Centre for Computing History has been marking this important annual event with pupils from the Heritage School, Cambridge.
As Christmas draws closer and a wave of new toys hit the market, the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge is taking a glance back to remember the toys from yesteryear with a unique hands-on event - Toys of Christmas Past – that will run for one night only.
The Centre for Computing History is all set to host Cambridge's first VR E-Sports Event next Tuesday (29 November).
Cambridge’s Centre for Computing History has a wide range of activities coming up soon for people of all ages, including an open forum for parents to discuss gaming and parenting on Saturday 3 December.
Cambridge Centre for Computing History has a great line-up of events to keep you and your family occupied this half-term. Level-up your Scratch skills in an advanced workshop, get your hands on a BBC micro:bit, or attend one of the centre’s famous Family Gaming Nights - there's plenty of choice.