A Norwich firm has built a platform to gather data from millions of customers’ rail journeys after agreeing a deal with the owner of National Rail.

Small-scale farmers are providing the answers to the challenges we face with climate change and the environment in a way that larger agricultural operators are failing to equal, a Suffolk-based agro-ecologist claims.

Schoolchildren, sixth formers and youth groups can explore the world in a week of learning leading up to a popular science festival.

An ambitious programme to help Norwich’s tech businesses grow into national and international players has been launched – with the aim of doubling the value of the city’s digital sector in just two years.

A Norfolk MP has become chairman of an influential parliamentary select committee.

Thousands of homes in Great Yarmouth have been touted for new ultrafast broadband by providers Virgin Media.

Farmers are being warned to be on the lookout for areas of crop which appear to be ripening prematurely.

East Anglian science boffins have created a variety of wheat with twice the typical amount of iron found in commercially-grown varieties.

More than 120 farmers and agricultural professionals were at the Elveden Estate on Thursday, July 6, to look at how cutting-edge research was making a difference to its potato growing operation.

Online display advertising can help smaller businesses target their advertising to those who may be interested in their products.

A forward-thinking Suffolk arable farmer has been chosen for a prestigious national role showing how research can bring practical benefits to UK agriculture.

East Anglia has topped a construction projects table as a result of the East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm taking shape off the Suffolk coast.

Search engine optimisation (SEO), a process to make sure customers find your business online, is a key tool in a small business’s digital marketing arsenal.

Suffolk and Norfolk firms engaged in scientific research or developing new technologies are being urged to seek help in gaining access to grant support.

More than 200 young women from across Suffolk and Norfolk took part in an inspirational event aimed at encouraging them into a career in engineering today.

Essex farmer and National Farmers’ Union vice president Guy Smith is set to argue against a ban on weed killer glyphosate at an event in June

A popular gaming festival which has attracted about 60,000 visitors drew to a close with a parade of people dressed as their favourite characters.

A family-owned company in north Norfolk has been nominated for a prestigious industry award following some fruitful design work.

With the Norwich Gaming Festival underway this week, you may be unaware of the many independent games made in Norwich that are featuring at the festival. Here are 10 games to keep an eye on.

Computer whizz kid George LeBon is exhibiting a new game at this year’s Norwich Gaming Festival.

Access has been restored to Norfolk County Council’s website after problems earlier today.

An internet safety expert has warned it would be “very simple” for criminals to perpetrate a repeat of last weekend’s global cyber attack.

Whether you own a business handling sensitive data or you just want to be safer online, organisations in Norfolk are holding events to help improve your knowledge of cyber threats.

The mysteries of the universe became a little clearer as experts shed light on galactic goings-on as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

A Norwich security expert said organisations need to use up-to-date software to avoid the evolving threat of cyber attacks.

A Norfolk hospital is yet to restore its systems after a national cyber attack on the NHS - but has told patients to come to their appointments on Monday.

It may not boast the giants of the aviation world but, as many conventional air shows cease to run, one model air show is soaring to new heights.

More than 100 people from north Norfolk are volunteering their time and backing a campaign to get improved mobile phone signal in the area.

Don’t panic if you see blue lights heading to Bacton gas terminal - it’s just an emergency response test exercise being carried out.

A film examining how design and technology can change existing industries will be screened for free at a Norwich event.

It is not every day the work pupils do in the classroom ends up helping professional scientists armed with a giant X-ray microscope the size of Wembley Stadium but that is exactly what sixth-from pupils in South Norfolk have been doing.

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