The Anglia region has streets with the fastest and the slowest internet connections in the country.Read the full story ›
A street in Essex has been declared the slowest in the UK for broadband internet speeds.
Download speeds on Wheatley Road in Stanford-Le-Hope have been measured at 30 times slower than the UK national average according to comparison site uSwitch.com
It means people living there would have to wait 15 hours to download a movie while people living in other areas could download the same film in less than 10 minutes
A new machine that can repair potholes in just two minutes is set to be rolled out across our region.
The robotic device can fill a hole in the road with tar and gravel around 30 times faster than the standard method.
It's already been trialled in Bedfordshire and will soon be seen in Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Milton Keynes.
New research from the University of Hertfordshire suggests computers, tablets and smart phones are adding to an epidemic of sleep deprivation.
A survey indicates that almost seventy eight percent of people in the UK are exposed to sleep-disruptive blue lights from gadgets before going to bed.
A giant sandpit in a warehouse in Stevenage, Hertfordshire is helping in the vital research into space missions to the planet Mars.
A newly-enlarged test area has been opened at Airbus Defence and Space to put Mars rover vehicles through their paces.
The Mars Yard, which is now 30 metres by 13 metres, will be used to fully develop the European Space Agency's ExoMars rover mission due to be launched in 2018.
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An engineer in Cambridge has built a robot that can complete a standard Rubik's Cube in just over three seconds - setting a new record.Read the full story ›
The man who helped find the final resting place of King Richard III in Leicester has launched a petition against plans for more scientific tests on the former monarch's remains.
The University of Leicester announced earlier this month that it wanted to map the King's entire genetic code.
John Ashdown-Hill has written a blog in which he labels the research "destructive" and "gratuitous", and urges others to sign his petition to block any more testing.
The University has denied the claims, saying it has abided by all ethical codes governing research on human remains.
King Richard III is a figure of immense historical and cultural significance and the information that we hope to obtain from sequencing his genome will provide insights into the health and ancestry of the king and his historical environment.
We, along with our partners, are committed to treating the mortal remains with dignity and respect as we work together for a reinterment at Leicester Cathedral as soon as the legal process allows.
Cambridge is helping to lead the way in medical advances with the help of a new app for your phone or tablet launched by a leading cancer charity.
It comes on the day the World Health Organisation has predicted the number of cancer cases will reach 24 million a year by 2035 - but says half could be prevented.
The phone app comes in the form of a game which will help scientists in Cambridge to analyse gene data - and ultimately help to develop new treatments.
David Wood reports on the latest craze.
The first stage of an £11 million project to bring super-fast broadband to Northamptonshire will be completed this morning.
The Minister for Culture, Ed Vaizey, will be in Towcester as the new fibre-powered cabinets go live. They, along with other cabinets in Weedon and Paulerspury, will provide fast internet to 4,000 homes and businesses in the local area.
The new service is due to be rolled out across the county by next month.
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