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Babylonian astronomers used abstract geometry to track Jupiter

Geometry may have been applied to astronomy far earlier than most historians think

Fabiola Gianotti takes charge at CERN as lab weighs up designs for future colliders

New directorate will oversee the Large Hadron Collider's high-energy run and prepare for a major upgrade to the collider

The world of physics in 2016

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

International Year of Light draws to a close

Successful year marked by thousands of events held in more than 100 countries worldwide

Quest to understand 'nothing' wins Physics World's 2015 Book of the Year

Amanda Gefter's Trespassing on Einstein's Lawn takes top honour

Double quantum-teleportation milestone is Physics World 2015 Breakthrough of the Year

Jian-Wei Pan and Chaoyang Lu of the University of Science and Technology of China bag this year's award

Hawaiian court throws out Thirty Meter Telescope building permit

Construction of the $1.4bn TMT set for delays, as opposition hardens

UK science funding protected from cuts

£4.7bn science budget will increase with inflation until 2020

Revealing the hidden connection between pi and Bohr's hydrogen model

Pre-Newtonian derivation of pi found while calculating hydrogen atom's energy levels

Arecibo Observatory faces uncertain future as boss quits

Robert Kerr resigns following clash over funding historic facility in Puerto Rico

Leading universities form funding 'clique'

Study finds that institutions occupy "brokerage positions"

Chinese president to visit UK's graphene hub

National Graphene Institute set for presidential visit tomorrow

European superscope reveals its three 'first-light' instruments

Agreements signed for E-ELT's phase 1 instruments with the UK, France, Germany and other European states

Berkeley astronomers question future of Geoffrey Marcy after harassment charge

Exoplanet hunter apologizes for "unwelcomed" behaviour with women

Art McDonald and Takaaki Kajita win 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics

Pair win for their discovery of neutrino oscillations