A skeleton of a horse has been uncovered in Newmarket that could be one of Britain's most successful thoroughbreds. The bones were discovered during excavations of the former royal stables in the town.
Historians hope they're those of Dr Syntax, the most famous racehorse of the 19th century. Archaeologists are assessing the remains to try and find out more.
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A 10-year space mission to land on a comet for the first time has been named Physics Breakthrough of the Year.
Scientists at Airbus Defence and Space in Stevenage built the 'Rosetta' spacecraft which carried a probe to the comet more than 300 million miles from earth.
The landing of the Philae probe which carried equipment built at the open university in Milton Keynes was watch by millions world-wide.
Scientists at Cambridge University might have found a solution to cracking pavements - a self-healing form of concrete.Read the full story ›
More than 800 students from across Suffolk have been learning about how much fun science can be.
The LabLive show has toured across the country since 2011 and aims to inspire future generations to engage with science and even take up a career in the field.
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Rosetta scientists at Milton Keynes raise money in memory of lost colleagues.Read the full story ›
A probe which landed on a comet thanks to a spacecraft built in Hertfordshire has gone into standby after its batteries ran out of power.Read the full story ›
Comet probe Philae has started drilling into the surface of the comet which it landed on this Wednesday.
But there may not be enough power left in the craft's depleting batteries to obtain scientific data from the samples it collects.
Philae is believed to be tilted to one side in the shadow of a crater wall and is not getting enough light to recharge its batteries using electricity generated by its solar panels.
With less than 24 hours before the craft's primary battery power runs out, scientists are actively considering taking a last-ditch gamble and "hopping" the lander to a sunnier spot. Read: Scientists debating whether to 'hop' Philae to new spot
Scientists have confirmed that Philae, which was built with the help of scientists from our region, is on the surface of a comet more than 300 million miles from earth.
Members of the European Space Agency said the Rosetta probe was operating well, but they don't know for how long.
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Rosetta’s lander Philae is safely on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, as these first images confirm. One of the lander’s three feet can be seen in the foreground.
Hello! An update on life on #67P - Yesterday was exhausting! I actually performed 3 landings,15:33, 17:26 & 17:33 UTC. Stay tuned for more