Technology

Fujitsu Innovation Hub opens at The National Museum of Computing

  |  Published: Jul 5th 2016
The world’s first purpose-built computer centre, Block H on Bletchley Park, now hosts a Fujitsu Innovation Hub with the latest in classroom technologies as a result of a collaboration between Fujitsu UK, its partners: Intel, Brocade, and Kyocera Document Solutions, and The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC).

The Breaking of Lorenz

  |  Published: Jun 6th 2016
Colossus veterans see the whole process at The National Museum of Computing

HS2 - the case for review

  |  Published: May 27th 2016
High Speed 2 [HS2] has been promoted as a means of improving rail capacity and connectivity between London and the North of England, rebalancing the UK economy and increasing sustainability. It remains controversial, with concerns over its opportunity cost, its independence from the classic rail network, its environmental damage and its wider economic impacts.

The fight goes on

  |  Published: Apr 9th 2016
Despite working for the past six years to protect Wendover from the damage that HS2 will inflict, we are adamant that we need to continue to fight for better mitigation in the form of a bored tunnel. Petitions may need to be submitted by 5.00pm on Monday 18 April 2016. We are determined to present a powerful case for the bored tunnel. We need your help to continue the fight to save Wendover.

Wi-fi free in all libraries

  |  Published: Mar 24th 2016
Local people can now get free Wi-Fi in all Buckinghamshire libraries thanks to an Arts Council England grant of nearly £50,000.

Bucks UTC joins 'Think UTC' Day

  |  Published: Mar 23rd 2016
18 March Bucks UTC took part in a new national day for University Technical Colleges - ‘Think UTC’ day - to celebrate the work the UTC does to inspire young people in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects.
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