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Italian Space Agency chief Enrico Saggese quits in wake of investigation

Lavish travel and financial irregularities probed by prosecutors

Jade Rabbit wakes up from lunar sleep

Mission control still working to fix "control abnormalities"

Nearby brown dwarf has partly cloudy skies

Clues emerge about weather patterns on "hot Jupiters"

Energy can be teleported over long distances, say physicists

Quantum effect could occur in semiconductors and the early universe

Quasar shines a bright light on cosmic web

First image of intergalactic filaments obtained

CoGeNT gives further backing to annual dark-matter variation

Telltale fluctuation in particle data refuses to go away

Atmospheric observations could reveal mass of Earth-like worlds

New technique could point towards extraterrestrial life

Pulsar and companions will put general relativity to the test

Discovery offers best-ever test of Einstein's theory

The world of physics in 2014

Find out more about the key physics events of the coming year – and those we predict might happen

Our favourite pictures of 2013

From shape-shifting metals and evolving bubbles to ancient light

Cosmic neutrinos named Physics World 2013 Breakthrough of the Year

IceCube experiment at the South Pole tops our list of the 10 key breakthroughs in physics

First noble-gas molecules found in space

Argon hydride spotted in remnant of exploded star

Does the positron 'excess' really exist?

New theory casts shadow on dark-matter origin of positrons

IceCube finds cosmic neutrinos at the South Pole

Neutrino telescope is the first to probe the distant universe

Oldest minerals from Mars found on Earth

New Martian meteorite sheds light on planet's earliest years