Cambridge brains win computing prize

April 28, 2000

A team of five experts from Trinity College, Cambridge, out-thought 31 groups of rivals from academe and industry to win the 2000 British Computer Society Programing Competition.

Competitors tackled a series of problems that included encryption relevant to e-commerce.

The Trinity Troglodytes team won software, training and a shield in the competition, backed by the IT industry and the departments of Trade and Industry and of Education and Employment.

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