An autopsy will take place this afternoon for scientists to try to find out why a whale washed-up on the Norfolk coast.Read the full story ›
A small robot could make history by becoming the first European spacecraft to survive a landing on Mars later today.Read the full story ›
The Mars rover developed in Stevenage is expected to land on Mars, beginning its mission to search for signs of life on the red planet.Read the full story ›
Norwich's first city-wide science festival opens with some exciting exhibits and celebrity speakers.Read the full story ›
Scientists in Chelmsford have developed a device which could save lives after earthquakes, major fires or explosions.Read the full story ›
Competitors team up with cyborgs to go for gold at the inaugural Bionic games in Switzerland.Read the full story ›
This is the final path Rosetta took before it crashed into a comet.
Scientists at the European Space Agency deliberately sent the spacecraft into comet 67P marking the end of its 12 year mission.
It's been 12 years in the making but the spacecraft Rosetta's mission has finally come to an end. Here is what you need to know about it.Read the full story ›
One of the most ambitious space missions ever embarked has finally ended.Read the full story ›
Secrets of the galaxy captured by a satellite made in Hertfordshire are to be revealed at an event in London.
The Gaia project's mission is to map and collect data on one billion stars. It was designed in the airbus space facility in Stevenage.
Its initial findings will be presented at the Royal Astronomical Society.
Professor Gerry Gilmore, Cambridge University, said: "Gaia is the most precise measuring machine ever built.
"It's a big satellite and is in operation one and a half million kilometres away from us. It is doing the first ever census of the milky way."