EDSAC to be recreated

A working replica of EDSAC, the forerunner of general purpose computing, has been commissioned by the Computer Conservation Society, in recognition of the achievements of the pioneering computer scientists at Cambridge University in the 1940s, to inform the general public about Britain’s illustrious computer heritage and to inspire future students of engineering and computing. The CCS, a special interest group of the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, has a 20-year track record in successfully recreating pioneering computers.

Announcement by the The National Museum of Computing

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