The National Museum of Computing brings to life the history and ongoing development of computing for the enjoyment and benefit of the general public and specialists. The Museum combines a distinctive approach to engagement with an emphasis on British computing heritage and on-going innovation. TNMOC acquires, conserves, restores and rebuilds historic computing machinery. Our approach is furthered through a process of engagement, with the display and demonstration of historical systems. The Museum runs a highly successful learning programme for schools and colleges and introduces computer coding to young people to help inspire the next generation of computer scientists and engineers. The Museum also runs a popular, on-going program of festivals, lectures and interpreted displays and interactive events.
Interactive online conference for students aged 13 – 16 to get them thinking about potential career options
Tours, talks and interactive workshop on Machine Learning from rising stars in STEM and IT-led business transformation
A day of action and conversation addressing the imbalance of women in UK STEM and technology leadership roles
The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC), an independent charity, has announced it will host a virtual event for girls and young women interested in exploring a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). The event, on 24th March, will feature talks, quizzes and an interactive workshop on ML to help participants begin to start thinking about a career in this diverse and growing field.
The National Museum of Computing (@TNMOC), an independent charity, has today announced its new online remote learning packages which go live on October 1st. The remote learning packages extend the highly successful in-person programmes, reimagined for the online learning world, giving students an interactive and fun experience with STEM subjects during a difficult time for teaching.
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