We’re delighted to be working with Software Box Ltd (SBL) to help get ever more computers donated to Malawian schools. We’ve recently received our first shipment from SBL which included some fantastic donations from CSP’s tech amnesty where many attendees brought in their old IT equipment ranging from laptops to mice and keyboards. This is … Continue reading CSP’s tech amnesty is off to a flying start thanks to SBL!
What a fantastic day! The sun shone powering the mock up SolarBerry. There were several developments to show off this year – spot the small standalone solar panel running a Raspberry Pi. Within the old cricket hut the solar panels were charging the batteries running two Pi networks – allowing passers by to access a … Continue reading The Turing Trust at Barclays Technology Centre Fun Day
Dr Allan’s talk left me feeling enthusiastic and optimistic about Scotland’s commitment to international development in less developed regions in the world. With examples from Malawi, I learned that despite being a small nation in a world scale, Scotland is leading the way in development, particularly with the use of technology. What I found most … Continue reading Guest Blog: Dr Alastair Allan MSP’s Turing Talk
If you missed Turing Talks, then this is what you have been waiting for! We are very grateful to Mally and the rest of the team at Heehaw for donating their time and skills to produce a fantastic record of the first Turing Talks. Head over to the Turing Talks website where you can watch the … Continue reading Videos from Turing Talks are here!
The National Museum of Scotland was a fantastic venue for the first ever Turing Talks on 13th June 2017. It was wonderful to be supported by Bernie Hollywood as co-chair with his huge energy and enthusiasm. We are very grateful to all our inspirational speakers, our sponsors and our volunteers for helping to make this … Continue reading Turing Talks was hugely successful
As the official charity partner at CSP 2017, the Turing Trust was able to present our work in the opening plenary session and was featured in Cybertalk Spring issue (check out pages 60-62). We had a great couple of days – meeting plenty of cybersecurity professionals and learning more about the current challenges. Many thanks to … Continue reading The Turing Trust featured in Cybertalk
The Turing Trust is delighted to be the charity partner of the year at CSP2017. This is a great opportunity to connect with cybersecurity professionals from a wide range of backgrounds, including cyber businesses, government, defence, the third sector and academia. The agenda is packed with exciting workshops that allow people to interact, challenge current … Continue reading Charity Partner at CSP: 2017
The Turing Trust is delighted to be the official charity partner of Turing Fest for 2017. We had a fantastic time last year and it was a great opportunity to learn and to connect with people. This year promises to be even bigger and better with four tracks (Product People, Strategy, Full stack Marketing and … Continue reading Turing Fest 2017
A fantastic group of our volunteers helped us to update our e-library in line with the Ghanaian curriculum
Pictured above: Dr Rashik Parmar, IBM; Dr Guruduth Banavar, IBM; Dr. Watson, IET; Dr Turing, the Turing Trust It was great to be invited to attend the annual Turing lecture and to be able to present the work of the Turing Trust. But it was even better to have the privilege of hearing such a thought … Continue reading The amazing BCS / IET annual Turing lecture
The Turing Trust team were privileged to be invited to visit ASA, a specialist science and maths “Sixth Form” college for girls from the African continent. It was founded by the African Gifted Foundation and its students will take Cambridge International A levels in Maths, Further Maths and Physics in 1 year. However, the college … Continue reading Inspiring Visit to African Science Academy, Accra, Ghana
And there was LITE! Administrate put together and ran a fantastic conference at the Roxy Assembly, Edinburgh. The Turing Trust was proud to be part of this and privileged to hear some great talks and meet so many interesting people. You can read more about the conference here. Edmund (Eddie) Pinto (The Turing Trust Country … Continue reading LITE 2016