Posted 15 Aug 2013 by Sue Keogh in General news
Created by a team at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory with the goal of offering a tiny and cheap computer for kids, from the moment the Raspberry Pi first became available in March 2012 people have been coming up with some very creative ways in which they can use the technology.
Take a look at some of our favourites then tell us how you're using yours.
Posted 10 Jul 2013 by Sue Keogh in General news
Current sunny spells gracing Cambridgeshire have been a welcome weather change for many, and these brighter skies couldn’t have come at a better time for the group of students at the University of Cambridge working on this year’s World Solar Challenge entry.
Posted 3 Jun 2013 by Sue Keogh in General news
You might know a thing or two about the incredible discoveries, inventions and technological advancements that have come out of the Cambridge tech cluster. But did you know the following facts?
Posted 11 Apr 2013 by Sue Keogh in General news
What's going on behind the scenes at Cambridge Phenomenon? Find out what we're up to - and what's happening next!
Posted 19 Feb 2013 by Sue Keogh in General news, Phenomenon news
We've just got back from an incredible trip to Boulder, Colorado where we spent ten days talking about the opportunities for co-operation between Cambridge and Boulder.
Posted 17 Jan 2013 by Sue Keogh in General news
Charles Cotton, founder of Cambridge Phenomenon, talks to Anglia News about the global impact of the Cambridge tech cluster.
Posted 15 Jan 2013 by Sue Keogh in General news
The Cambridge Business magazine profiles Charles Cotton and asks: what next?
Posted 2 Aug 2011 by Sue Keogh in Book news, General news, Phenomenon news
Cambridge technology pioneers Sinclair Research and Acorn Computers could have become as successful as Apple as early as the 1980s had they been based in Silicon Valley rather than the UK’s Silicon Fen, says entrepreneur Charles Cotton.