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An enthusiastic team of Mathematicians and balloon artists are planning to take the mathematical world by storm next week, creating the world's largest balloon pyramid.
Returning this summer in what could be the only crowdfunded archaeology in the world, a two-week project at the 14th century Leiston Abbey hopes to help the public dig in.
Cabling works have led to hundreds of finds at Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire, including a shoe believed to have been buried in a bid to ward off evil spirits.
From predators to shamanism and Hans Holbein to canaries, a six-section show in Norwich will feature hundreds of representations of birds through the centuries.
An adult male, found lying upon a decorative shield with a knife and spear, and a woman wearing a beaded necklace are among the finds in a Cambridgeshire village.
Tony Purnell, the Head of Technical Development for the Great Britain Cycling Team, on trying to give athletes an edge ahead of his Cambridge Science Festival appearance.
An absorbing exhibition at Kettle's Yard explores the work of Ben and Winifred Nicholson and their work with Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis and William Staite Murray.
Launched on Charles Darwin's 205th birthday, a £3 million fundraising campaign aims to turn the Cambridge Museum of Zoology into a palace of the animal kingdom in 2016.
New Art Club, Robin Ince, Rosie Wilby and stand-up researchers provide the laughs as the Cambridge Science Festival fits plenty of comedy into its packed programme.
Found in the attic of a house in County Durham, a large, punctuation-free embroidered panel by bygone stitcher Lorina Bulwer has joined a textile exhibition.
In the latest discoveries on the Norfolk coastal site which experts have spent ten years investigating, a set of footprints have been dated to at least 800,000 years ago.
Professor Bill Burgwinkle on the legends of Arthur, Lancelot and the Round Table, strangulation and a period of language sometimes written out of literary history.
The century-old letters of an assistant zoologist who could have saved the British Antarctic Expedition party are to go on show for the first time at the Polar Museum.
Questioning the ideologies of office culture, an installation at a Cambridge gallery will pump more than a tonne of clay onto the floor.
What are the top art exhibitions in the East of England during 2014? Take a look at some of the best ones confirmed so far in this Culture24 preview.