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News Alan Turing collection secured by Bletchley ParkAn extremely rare collection of articles relating to Alan Turing, the World War Two codebreaking genius who met a tragic death after being prosecuted for being homosexual, has been secured by Bletchley Park after a lengthy fundraising campaign.25 February 2011
News Colossus machine gets new gallery at Bletchley Park's National Museum of ComputingThe public can help fund a new gallery for the world's first programmable computer, credited with playing a vital part in thwarting Nazi communications during World War II.22 February 2012
Review Intuition and Ingenuity explores digital legacy of Alan Turing at Lighthouse BrightonArtificial life, God complexes, fibonacci numbers and science art are explored through ten artists inspired by the genius who played a crucial part in Britain's wartime efforts.17 February 2012
Article National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park sees bright future after £100,000 windfallThe first purpose-built computer centre, based at Churchill's wartime codecracking base, has secured vital investment.22 September 2010