Latest news from HMGCC
Nearly 200 students from across Milton Keynes attended a special event to find out how they could become apprentices of the future at Hanslope Park.
Students attended a Girls in Science conference this week in which they picked up some words of wisdom on future STEM careers from our CEO George Williamson.
Technology start-ups are being invited to take part in a new pilot, HMGCC Accelerate, which offers them the chance to work with us as part of a six-week programme.
Staff safety is at the heart of the first tech challenge being officially launched as HMGCC Co-Creation.
We are today launching a new drive to bring industry and academia together to work with us on tech challenges in support of the UK’s national security.
Next week we are set to advertise a new batch of jobs focusing on technical roles to support our work in national security engineering.
This autumn, HMGCC marked the 80th anniversary of mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing’s arrival at Hanslope Park.