9 Aug 2014

Cambridge Summer School 2014: Science II and Interdisciplinary III

I have been enjoying the International Summer Schools (Science II and Interdisciplinary III) at the University of Cambridge. The best course was an introduction to cryptography, taught by the guy who did podcasting Quite Easily Done.
The Enigma , a famous ciphering machine used in WWII by Germany and deciphered by Alan Turing etc.
There are quite a few virtual Enigma online: this is good to understand the inside mechanism.
Some other photos on beautiful sunny days in Cambridge.

A beautiful summer day at the Newman College's Garden 
The Old Lab for female scientist in the past days, Newman College
The Fen on a sunny day
Cambridge cows taking a rest under a tree
MAA Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

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