Sheep can recognise faces of famous people, including Barack Obama - according to new research by the University of Cambridge.Read the full story ›
An NHS service allowing people to see their doctor 24/7 via a videolink on their smartphone is being trialled.Read the full story ›
A new Amazon Research and Development Centre could help change the way we shop and even live our lives.
The internet shopping firm will employ 400 engineers in Cambridge working on cutting edge technology such as drones and artificial intelligence.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson.
Norfolk scientists have been given a grant to help create new technology to help diagnose bird flu.
The disease has caused major problems for the region's poultry farmers, leading to restriction zones and culls. It's hoped researchers at Iceni Diagnostics want to create a hand held diagnostic machine.
The device could be used by a vet on-farm. The device would use a carbohydrate-based chemical, developed in ID's Norwich Research Park laboratories, which latches on to the avian influenza virus, providing an instant diagnosis and speeding up a process that currently requires samples to be sent off for testing. It's hoped this new method might reduce the need for precautionary mass culls of poultry in the future.
The work has been made possible thanks to a £60,000 grant from the Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative.
In July, the UK Government announced that the sale of new diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned in the UK from 2040.
The government announced the deadline as part of £3 billion plans to cut illegal levels of air pollution that include scrappage schemes and potential "clean air zones" that could see charges for heavy polluting vehicles.
But what will it take for us to adopt electric cars? ITV Anglia presenters Jonathan Wills and Becky Jago have been looking at the pros and cons of switching over.
Scientists in Cambridge have created the first-ever drone that tracks your movements and winches down packages to directly into your hands.Read the full story ›
A major new exhibition has opened in Cambridge - highlighting the often untold story of women in computing and technology.
Called Where Did All the Women Go? the exhibition at the Museum of Computing History in Cambridge runs until the end of the month.
As well as highlighting hidden figures there's also a major events programme. It's hoped it might encourage girls to consider a career in computing.
Cummins Generator Technologies in Stamford has announced it will shut its facility in Barnack Road in the next 12 months.Read the full story ›
Thirty people have been killed on British farms in the past year, making agriculture the riskiest industry to work in.Read the full story ›
Two gold medallists will receive honorary degrees in front of students during graduation ceremonies at Anglia Ruskin University next month.Read the full story ›