Families will be able to locate the resting place of their loved ones with ease thanks to the latest GPS technology.

Norwich residents have spotted the Apple Maps van around the city recently.

Freeview viewers across Norfolk have described their loss of signal as ‘very annoying’ after being asked to retune their TVs.

People in Norfolk have reported that they felt the effects of a 3.9-magnitude earthquake which hit Lincolnshire on Saturday night.

Norfolk astronomer Mark Thompson is celebrating reaching the summit of Borneo’s highest mountain and raising money for Barnardo’s children’s charity in the process.

The shape of DNA can be changed with a range of triggers including copper and oxygen according to research from the University of East Anglia.

Mobile phone coverage has vastly improved in towns across the region in the last six months, according to one network.

A £75m scientific institute will put Norfolk at the forefront of research into health and food, a government minister said as he announced a further £40m funding for the project.

Two Norwich scientists have won international honours for their work in the field of plant biology and its implications for both human health and agricultural crop protection.

Plant scientists at Norwich’s John Innes Centre have taken the crucial last steps in a 60-year quest to reveal cancer-fighting compounds in a bedding plant.

Researchers from University of East Anglia have helped provide fresh insight into how huge volcanic ash plumes, which can critically disrupt aviation and cause major impact on the ground, are transported in the atmosphere.

Rural north Norfolk has some of the slowest broadband speeds in the UK, but that could be about to change.

Pub chain JD Wetherspoon has announced it is closing down all of its social media accounts for its 900 pubs and head office due to concerns about online trolling and the misuse of personal data.

A student from Besthorpe has designed an innovative new bike light that will help cyclists flag up danger hot spots to local authorities.

Facebook users do not have to wait to be notified that their data was shared with Cambridge Analytica - a tool on the social network enables users to quickly find out for themselves.

Bringing the bedroom coder into the workplace has helped a Norfolk technology firm to combat the industry’s skills shortage – and now it is calling for other businesses to join in.

For most of us, a glimpse of the Milky Way would be exciting enough.

Tech wizards and newbies alike will take on challenges set by industry giants at a two-day festival.

A fitness app which aims to reward people for staying fit has been selected for a national growth programme.

Facebook is the headlines but it is hardly alone in digging up every last bit of information it can glean about you to make huge profits.

Those investigating the rise of fake news are “reasonable” to demand that Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg appears before a UK parliamentary committee to answer questions about the ongoing data row, the culture secretary has said.

A ground-breaking Norwich plant biologist has added to her distinguished global reputation after being awarded a Royal Society Research Professorship.

Sky wifi customers were hit by a mass outage causing panic across the region.

Today is the spring equinox, otherwise known as the first day of spring. But what else do you need to know about it?

A popular gaming festival will be returning to The Forum in Norwich.

Microplastics are found in the majority of bottled water, a research method created by a Norwich university has found.

The competition to host Tim Peake’s Soyuz capsule has been won by Peterborough Cathedral. The Forum and Norwich Science Festival were one of the five shortlisted venues in the competition run by the Science Museum Group.

Organisers of a popular city science festival have announced that it will return for October half-term this year.

Although it is now widely agreed that tobacco has harmful effects, Norwich researchers are leading a project to show the plant can have health benefits – by turning it into mini-drug factories.

With a fizz and a pop and an appropriate amount of flame, pupils were introduced to a world of chemistry they could do at home at Ormiston Denes Academy this week.

A group of international experts have warned that rogue states and terrorists could turn to artificial intelligence (AI) to destabilise the world.

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