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.
With Norwich in the running to land a real-life spacecraft, here television astronomer Mark Thompson explains why everyone should back the bid.
A world-leading research institution has completed a £500,000 project with a start-up technology firm to analyse DNA using light-speed processing.
All manner of creatures once roamed across Norfolk during the last Ice Age – and now the bones of some of them have wound up at a Norwich charity shop.
A public consultation for a huge wind farm has been dubbed “cosmetic” by a community group - but the energy firm behind it insists it went beyond what was required.
A data science company still has a future in Norwich despite slashing its workforce, its head of strategy has said.
Many boys will dream of going into space as an astronaut to travel the cosmos and battle aliens.
A car with a strong link to Norfolk is hurtling through space after a high-profile launch from Florida.
Numerous organisations have been successful in securing a share of an online safety fund, aimed at keeping young people safe from digital threats.
The International Space Station (ISS) will be visible over Norfolk again in February, without the need for telescopes or binoculars.
Top judges visited a Norwich landmark which is in the running to host a space exploration icon.
Stargazers will be treated to the sight of a rare lunar phenomenon this week.
A rural estate in south Norfolk hopes to put itself at the centre of a hi-tech community broadband network to help its tenants and neighbouring villagers get connected to super-fast fibre.
Changes to the Facebook newsfeed have been announced by Mark Zuckerberg, but what does this mean for us?
A £4.3m research base is taking shape outside Norwich which will host ground-breaking scientific experiments aimed at improving the performance of farm crops.
A Norwich artificial intelligence company has been chosen to take part in a development programme which has helped well-known technology companies to reach the next stage of growth.
In the past, taking the first steps into the world of work was an entirely new - and often completely daunting - experience.
A Norwich-based company specialising in mobile payments is seeking to raise £300,000 to fund a move from the charity sector to general transactions.
Apple has warned owners of its iPhones, iPads and computers that they are affected by a processor flaw that could leave them vulnerable to hackers.
A little over a year after being bought by a multinational tech group, a Norfolk design agency has seen its revenues and team grow and is predicting that trend to continue.
Experience the products which could revolutionise your home with help from a Norfolk technology installation company.
A community broadband scheme, which is aiming to bring high-speed connections to rural areas, has installed its first fibre cabinet in South Norfolk.
A Norwich-based wheat scientist has been awarded a major industry honour in recognition of the global impact of his work.
A scientist who honed his skills in Norwich is working on a cutting edge project in the United States to see how plants grow in hostile environments.
A programme which aims to turbo-charge the development of Norwich’s technology sector has named in its first crop of businesses.
A tech giant is visiting the town to teach businesses and residents digital skills.
An idea to make Watton Britain’s first 5G town has been mooted as part of a vision to make it “the most connected place in Norfolk”.
There’s a Lego version of it on show at The Forum right now, but if you’d like to see the International Space Station for real, this could be your chance.
Townsfolk will be able to get to grips with superfast broadband at drop in sessions in Wymondham.
Brewers have always known that the taste of their beer relies on their choice of malt, hops and yeast – but now Norwich scientists have finally proved the variety of barley has a big influence on flavour too.
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