Students at the University of Hertfordshire are getting the chance to get their hands on some high-tech equipment this week.
They've been invited in to a secret location where experts from the university are studying robots. Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson.
Elderly people who live on their own could soon have a robot companion to help thanks to a new project at the University of Hertfordshire.Read the full story ›
Six out of ten Northamptonshire firms have been victims of cyber crime - that's according to a report from the Federation of Small Businesses.
The figures show that on average they've been hacked on four occasions, costing each business almost £3,000.
The FSB said small firms are unfairly carrying the cost of cyber crime.
Small firms take their cyber security responsibility very seriously, but often they are the least able to bear the cost of doing so.
Smaller businesses have limited resources, time and expertise to deal with ever-evolving and increasing digital attacks.
We're calling on Government, larger businesses, individuals and providers to take part in a joint effort to tackle cyber crime and improve business resilience, and have created this event to help that.
"Betty", who's the newest member of of staff, works alongside her human counterparts and carries out basic tasks to help them.Read the full story ›
After a century flying over the skies of West Norfolk RAF Marham marked it's 100 year anniversary with a freedom parade through King's LynnRead the full story ›
Parents across Bedfordshire are being urged to wise up about online safety, as part of a new campaign to protect children from online grooming.
Police are offering parents information on how to keep youngsters safe on the web, as well as advising them about the signs of sexual exploitation and where they can turn to with concerns.
It's important to recognise that child sexual exploitation can happen online as well as in person, and that's why we felt it was important to launch this campaign to help reduce the risk of that happening where possible.
More than a million people have downloaded a mobile phone game which is helping researcher's studying dementia.
The project saw Cambridge-based Alzheimer's Research UK team up with scientists from the University of East Anglia, UCL and a telecoms company to develop the game.
Playing the game will help our scientists understand in detail how our brains navigate space. It's reckoned that by playing the game for just 2 minutes generates the same amount of data it would take researchers 5 hours to obtain.
Find out more about the game below.
Competition in Zurich will see teams from all over the world compete using the latest robotic technologies for people with disabilities.Read the full story ›
A three day exhibition opens today about plans for a huge Science Hub in Harlow.
The chancellor announced the £400 million project for Public Health England last year.
It will create 900 jobs and will be involved in researching some of the world's most lethal diseases such as Ebola.
It will be opened in the vacant GlaxoSmithKline site at the New Frontiers Science Park.
The billionaire entrepreneur James Dyson has been in Cambridge to open a new centre for the University's budding inventors.
The £8m Dyson Centre for Engineering Design will provide 1,200 students with the space and equipment to build prototypes, test inventions and collaborate on cutting edge research.