Hundreds of budding scientists have been in Bury St Edmunds this weekend as part of Suffolk's first science festival.
From making your own racing car and robots, to a pop-up planetarium, the show's organisers want to inspire more children to take up science later in life.
They hope it will help to fill a big skills gap in the STEM subjects - science, technology, engineering and mathematics - across both Norfolk and Suffolk.
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New research is being carried out in Northampton to try to reduce the number of children dying from treatable infections.
Figures show under-5s in the UK are twice as likely to die from conditions such as pneumonia and sepsis than children in Sweden.
Now an 18 month study led by the University of Northampton is being carried out to discover why survival rates here are so low and what can be done about it.
ITV News Anglia has been speaking to a mother from Kettering who knows first hand how important it is to improve the way we diagnose and treat deadly infections in children.
- Click to watch the report by Liz Summers
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A space satellite built in Hertfordshire has started beaming images of pollution back to Earth.
The Sentinel 5 Precursor was constructed at Airbus Defence and Space in Stevenage.
The pictures will show us the extent of pollution - both man-made and natural - in our air around the world and hopefully lead to solutions.
The Sentinel 5 was designed to last for seven years but it's gone into orbit so successfully the signs are it could now last twice as long.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson
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