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Two prominent Norwich scientists have won international honours for their exceptional contributions to plant biology and climate change.

A blockbusting Minecraft project has seen Wisbech recreated in its very own virtual world.

Norfolk police may have been caught up in a cyber attack.

The first British astronaut will be a headline speaker at the inaugural Norfolk Science Festival.

A group that gives women the opportunity to engage with cyber security has its first Norwich meet up this week.

The Nelson Monument in Great Yarmouth, looming almost 50 metres high, is usually seen from below – but new aerial footage shows the pillar as it has never been seen before.

It is a celebration of all things science, from the bugs under our feet to the wonders of outer space - and is back for the fourth year.

Thousands of Norfolk businesses will be able to benefit from ultrafast broadband after the county council secured £8m from a government fund.

Great Yarmouth Borough Council was the target of six cyberattacks last year.

Lesbian and bisexual women are more likely to be overweight or obese compared to heterosexual women, according to a new report by Norwich researchers.

Popular pubs around Norwich will be serving up breakthroughs in science alongside pints this spring when a festival returns to the city.

More than 150 households in four different post codes were affected by power cuts this morning.

Families should ban phones from the bedroom and the dinner table, the UK’s first official guidelines on social media and screen use claim.

For many scientists, finding a real-world use for your hard-fought theories is an ultimate goal.

Police have issued a safety warning about the world’s most popular game, Fortnite.

Imagine a future where fleets of farming robots rove around the fields, nurturing and harvesting crops without human help.

A “speed cloning” technique has been pioneered by Norwich gene scientists in a breakthrough which could accelerate the fight against diseases threatening the world’s food crops.

It’s already famous for its long and distinguished history and RAF Marham has now become Britain’s first green military station.

Next week (February 4 to 10) is ‘Back Garden Astronomy Week’, aiming to encourage people across the country to get outdoors under the night sky and appreciate the beauty of cosmos.

Street lamps will be turned into Wi-Fi hubs and road sensors will be trialled as part of a futuristic makeover for Suffolk roads.

From meteor showers to planetary transits and even super blood wolf moons, the night sky is full of wonders.

Children are gravitating away from TV with some spending far more time each week online than in front of a TV set, a new report claims.

The world of forensic science has evolved over centuries to utilise the analysis of blood, DNA, fingerprints, ballistics and toxicology in solving crime.

People searching for Diss on Google Maps could be forgiven for being confused after being presented with a main image that shows mountains, a wide river and a suspension bridge.

A fake Twitter account advertising a new bus service between Great Yarmouth and Norwich has been suspended.

A beach cleaner collected 17kg of plastic from West Runton beach.

A north Norfolk doctor said he had been left feeling “paranoid” after being targeted by a “frightening” telephone scam.

Whether it is Fortnite, Pokemon or Call of Duty, gaming has become a part of most people’s lives whether that be as a player or a parent trying to get their child to put the controller down.

Norfolk County Council has said plans are in place to improve broadband speeds in the county on some of the worst streets in Norfolk, according to figures, with some already having access to superfast broadband.

Figures have revealed the streets in Norfolk and Waveney which have access to both the fastest and the slowest broadband speeds, after a report has shown that more than a quarter of UK homes do not have fast enough broadband to cope with a family’s typical internet needs.

A large area of land stretching between King’s Lynn and Cambridge will be destroyed as rising seas levels flood 1.7 million homes and devastate coastal communities, a chastening Met Office report has concluded.

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