Turing plaque fixed in place

Turing plaque

The blue plaque to the mathematician and computer pioneer Alan Turing has been fixed in place on a wall of the College.

The plaque was unveiled in a ceremony on 23 June and it has now been mounted on the Keynes Building, which is on King's Parade opposite the Corpus Clock.

Turing was a student and then a Fellow of King's. In this the centenary year of his birth, the blue plaque commemorates his original and pioneering work. See a previous news story for more information about the plaque and a video of the unveiling ceremony.

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3 September 2012