Children across Norfolk will get the chance to improve their digital skills, after hundreds of pocket-sized, codeable computers were donated to the county’s libraries.

An East Anglian network promoting equality in the technology industry will hold its awards ceremony later this month.

Rail passengers are being offered the chance to experience new Greater Anglia trains through virtual reality.

Foreign workers could be lured to work for UK technology firms under plans to double the amount of visas available for “exceptionally” talented migrants as the country prepares to leave the European Union.

A year ago George Davis was an 18-year-old computer science student who was persuaded to go along to a start-up tech event.

On farmland at the old RAF Downham Market site a vision of the future was meant to take shape, employing 6,000 people and finding cures to deadly diseases.

Norfolk’s famous West Runton Mammoth was male, just like the overwhelming majority - 69pc - of other mammoth fossil finds.

You should be able to get 4G on your mobile phone outdoors almost everywhere in Norfolk, according to a map from regulator Ofcom. TOM BRISTOW and DOMINIC GILBERT put it to the test.

Suffolk is set to become the focal point of a hoped-for revolution in UK farming practice with the official launch of a major new initiative this week.

Holt residents are being warned they may see issues with their freeview TV channels today, as 4G mobile service masts go live in the area.

People whose communities could be affected by the construction of Norfolk’s largest offshore wind farm have been urged to make their feelings known at a series of public meetings.

The boss of one of Norfolk’s premier technology companies has left the firm with immediate effect.

Between 8,000 and 10,000 people have passed through the doors at the Norwich Science Festival every day since the event was opened to the public on October 21.

Colleges in Norfolk and Suffolk have mounted a multimillion pound bid to form an institute for technology to meet the demand for advanced skills.

Views from the office don’t come much better than this.

Youngsters and parents went on a prehistoric adventure as they encountered some of the planet’s deadliest dinosaurs.

Rockets whizzed up into the air and mechanical creations whirred as the county’s smallest scientists took part in an exploration of physics in Norwich.

The agricultural industry has been a staple in Norfolk for hundreds of years. As modern technology improves and our scientific understanding grows so to does the industry.

One of the themes of this year’s Norwich Festival is solving problems with science.

Thursday at the Norwich Science Festival is all about nature. From the smallest insects to soaring birds and big mammals, Nature Day, programmed by the Norfolk Festival of Nature and partners, is full of fun activities and opportunities to get up close with animals. Here are eight amazing facts about animals.

Chemistry and biology touches every aspect of life.

With engineering, anything is possible - from new vehicles that push the boundaries of modern engineering to extremes, to buildings that reach higher into the skies than ever before. And there’s no better chance to find out about pioneering engineering than at Norwich Science Festival, as Marc Betts found out.

Ultrafast broadband is to be brought to new homes in Long Stratton thanks to a landmark deal to give the area “first-class digital connections”.

Physics allows us to understand some of the amazing forces in the world and the way the world works. This year’s Physics Fest at Norwich Science Festival is sponsored by the Institute of Physics, and is a world of wonder.

A man who has reached for the stars and become a household name in the world of astronomy will be returning to the Norwich Science Festival.

A special celebration of science is taking place in Norwich this month.

Students have been warned they could face a fine of up to £1,000 for not having a TV licence after more than 150 young people in Norwich were caught without one.

More than 180 towns, villages and hamlets across Norfolk are to benefit from increased 4G coverage.

Visual effects students in Norwich are to travel to a London film studio to work with filmmaking students in the capital.

A revolutionary new dredging tool has been launched by an innovative Norfolk boat builder.

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