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Science and Technology - Professor Bernard Lovell - Jodrell Bank Observatory Featured Science and Technology Print

Science and Technology - Professor Bernard Lovell - Jodrell Bank Observatory

Professor Bernard Lovell (r), who will be director of the Jodrell Bank establishment, and Mr H.C. Husband, the consulting engineer who designed and constructed the huge radio telescope

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Science and Technology - Television and Radio 1966 Show - Sinclair Microvision - Earls Court, London Featured Science and Technology Print

Science and Technology - Television and Radio 1966 Show - Sinclair Microvision - Earls Court, London

Carol Sinclair with a mini portable television set that slips easily into the pocket is on display at the trade-only Television and Radio 1966 Show at Earls Court, London. The mini TV receiver is the Sinclair Microvision, claimed to be the world's first complete pocket TV set. Carol is sister-in-law of the set's designer, Clive Sinclair, a 26-year-old Cambridge electronics engineer

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Science and Technology - Talking Computer For The Home - London Featured Science and Technology Print

Science and Technology - Talking Computer For The Home - London

Actress Jacqueline Pearce (scheming Servalan from the television series Blake's 7) confronts the first talking computer for the home, launched in London by Texas Instruments of Bedford. This small version, selling at 995, brings push-button computing power into the home for education, personal finance, record-keeping and entertainment, and uses plug-in command modules that are pre-programmed so even the very young can use them. The 14-inch colour TV monitor can also be used as a normal television set

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