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Alan Turing  Celebrating the life of a genius
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Saturday 23 June 2012 marks the centenary of the birth of Alan Turing  mathematical genius, hero of the WWII code breakers of Bletchley Park, and father of modern computing. Alan Turing was a mathematician, cryptographer and pioneer of computer science who possessed one of the greatest brains of the 20th century. His life was one of secret triumphs shadowed by public tragedy. Presented by Dr James Grime, Enigma Project Officer at the University's Millenium Mathematics Project