When Eben Upton CBE, founder of Raspberry Pi and alumnus of the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge (EMBA 2009), was in his twenties, he wanted to get children thinking about how computers think, to boost the number of people applying to read computer science at university. He dreamt of putting a chip in every classroom. The result was Raspberry Pi, a tiny gadget, little bigger than a credit card, that can be hooked up to any keyboard and monitor, to create a programmable PC. Listen to Eben’s interview with Jim Al-Khalili on BBC Radio 4’s The Life Scientific.
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