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BBC Radio 4: The Life Scientific

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…

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Digital Trends: Meet the Brits who promised the world a $25 PC, and delivered a revolution

The Raspberry Pi mini-computer passed the 12.5 million mark in sales earlier this year. Digital Trends spoke to founder and CEO Dr Eben Upton CBE FREng and other team members about the company’s history and why the primary goal for…

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Cambridge News: These are Cambridge’s 25 most influential business figures

Hanadi Jabado, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, is named as one of 25 most influential business figures by the Cambridge News. Others on the list with Cambridge Judge connections include EMBA graduate Eben Upton, co-founder of…

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ZD Net: Raspberry Pi hits 14 million sales mark

Cambridge-based Raspberry Pi has sold 14 million low-cost mini computers according to founder and CEO Eben Upton. “We are particularly delighted that the Pi has set the benchmark for utilising innovative and progressive manufacturing right here in the UK, as…

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Business Weekly: Raspberry Pi engineers win MacRobert award

Raspberry Pi team of engineers has won the Royal Academy of Engineering’s MacRobert Award, recognised as the UK’s top engineering innovation accolade. The company, that has sold more than 14 million tiny computers globally was founded in 2012 by Eben…

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Wired: How has the iPhone changed our lives?

Apple’s iPhone just turned 10. Technology experts share their views on how the smartphone changed their lives. Eben Upton, founder of Raspberry Pi and an Executive MBA alumnus at Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2009), says Raspberry Pi “owes” graphics…

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Financial Times: Raspberry Pi served with top engineering prize

The Raspberry Pi team who created a tiny computer designed to involve children in coding has been awarded the Royal Academy of Engineering's MacRobert Prize - one of Britain’s most prestigious engineering awards. The company was launched in 2012 and…

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BBC: Raspberry Pi scores UK’s top engineering award

The team that created a credit card-size computer in order to get more children involved in coding has been awarded the Royal Academy of Engineering's MacRobert Prize. Eben Upton, founder and chief executive of Raspberry Pi, is an alumnus of…

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Cambridge News: Raspberry Pi plans to open 5,000 new code clubs around the world

The Raspberry Pi foundation is to partner with global kids coding club network CoderDojo Foundation to give more young people opportunity to learn coding. Philip Colligan, CEO of the Raspberry Pi foundation, said: “We have set ourselves an ambitious goal:…

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Queen’s Birthday Honours

CBE for Cambridge Judge alumnus Dr Eben Upton, who pioneered the Raspberry Pi handheld computer, in the Queen's Birthday Honours. Dr Eben Upton, an Executive MBA alumnus at Cambridge Judge Business School and pioneer of the Raspberry Pi bare-bones computer,…

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