To mark the day - here's a run down of some of the science and technology stories we've featured over the last year.Read the full story ›
A satellite built in Stevenage is soon to be fired towards to the sun so we can learn more about our closest star and its impact on Earth.Read the full story ›
This week a reconstructed WW2 codebreaking machine will try to find the key of the day and break Enigma messages.Read the full story ›
Norfolk's Police Chief Constable has said tech companies need to do more to prevent child abuse online.Read the full story ›
Cambridge engineer Chris Bellamy ran a sub-three hour marathon in 3D Printed flip flops he designed himself!Read the full story ›
Bedfordshire Police have launched a new Cyber Van which will allow them to test electronic devices at the scene of crimes.Read the full story ›
Norfolk scientists are part of a drive to encourage the development of new antibiotics.Read the full story ›
A Cambridge charity is setting up two contactless 'giving points' in the city to make it easier for the public to donate.Read the full story ›
Essex and Suffolk police have issued a warning after a number of people in the two counties were targeted by sophisticated email scammers.Read the full story ›
An Essex MP has put forward plans to regulate the use of 'mosquito alarms'.
The alarms send out high pitched noise that can only be heard by young people.
Clacton MP Giles Watling said the devices discriminate, may cause health problems and do not deter anti-social behaviour.
He said there should be regulations as to when and where they can be used.