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One year on from the Higgs boson find, has physics hit the buffers? http://t.gu.com/nHFqS Despite the success of the Large Hadron Collider, evidence for the follow-up theory – supersymmetry – has proved elusive Photograph: Harold Cunningham/Getty Images

Passport photographs of celebrities http://t.gu.com/nqeco Photograph: Brad Barket/Getty Images

Prehistoric DNA sequencing: Jurassic Park was not so wide of the mark: http://bit.ly/10E8Q7H Mapping the genome of a horse from 700,000 years ago goes far beyond what was thought possible with DNA sequencing. Photograph: Tierfotoagentur/ Alamy

Top 10: Common misconceptions among Britons about Britain

Ten of the most common misconceptions among the British public have been highlighted, ranging from vastly over-estimating the teenage pregnancy rate …

Boris Johnson accused of sexism after saying women go to university to find a husband

Boris Johnson has set Twitter a-chattering once again by offering an explanation as to why more and more women are attending university – to find a …

Youngsters with no regular bedtime or who go to sleep later than 9pm do poorly at reading and maths, research suggests: http://bbc.in/15sTuVq The findings on sleep patterns and brain power come from a UK study of more than 11,000 seven-year-olds. Can you relate to this problem? If so, how do you cope?

Today's front page: At least 51 protesters killed in Egypt as army opens fire 'like pouring rain' http://bit.ly/16lMYNi Ed Miliband pledges to end Labour's 'machine politics' http://bit.ly/171mTVS Sir Andy Murray? David Cameron backs knighthood http://bit.ly/12AeTb9 Just 90 minutes' sleep, then Andy Murray bandwagon rolls on http://bit.ly/12V0pFT

Latest report from Patrick Kingsley in Cairo: 'Massacre' of Morsi supporters leaves Egypt braced for new violence Muslim Brotherhood condemns killings in Cairo, which came hours before interim president set out election timetable http://t.gu.com/mMIKy + live updates here: http://t.gu.com/mMIOm Photograph: Khaled Elfiqi/EPA

Painted with numbers: mathematical patterns in nature

Seven-year-old sends this letter to Nasa. See how they reply: http://bit.ly/12iA1WQ

Woolly mammoth arrives in Japan from Russia

Daily chart: In some countries the need to grease the palms of officialdom remains a depressing fact of life. Bribery is most widespread in poorer, badly run parts of the world in Africa and the Middle East: the highest rates are reported in Sierra Leone (84%), Liberia (75%) and Yemen (74%). Today's interactive chart reveals the countries where bribery is most widespread http://econ.st/150x2kA

Prometheus unbound

PROMETHEUS, a Titan bound to a rock by Zeus, endured the daily torture of an eagle feasting on his liver, only to have the organ regrow each night. …

Cell Biology

Largest building in the world opens in China – complete with indoor seaside Chengdu's New Century Global Centre has its own beach resort, cinemas, shops – and a replica Mediterranean village http://t.gu.com/mNbDA Photo: Inside the New Century Global Centre, Chengdu, China Credit: Entertainment and Travel Group

Wimbledon exposed the sexism women face – as players and girlfriends

While Andy Murray may have rewritten the enduring British sports narrative of noble failures and humiliating disappointment in the space of three …

"The desire is to simplify the design and to simplify the manufacturing, because these are the ways to reduce the costs" http://bbc.in/12W3gdq The basic design for Europe's next generation rocket, the Ariane 6, has been selected. It will be powered by two solid-fuelled lower stages and incorporate the liquid-fuelled upper-stage currently being developed as an upgrade for the existing Ariane 5 vehicle. The target is to try produce and launch Ariane 6 for no more than about 70m euros (£60m/$90m). (Picture courtesy of ESA)

Welcome to the new (and fast-growing) ecosystem of mobile business apps

Over the last few months, I’ve had several conversations about mobile business applications that remind me of early discussions and debates around …