Today’s physics news: Tuesday, 13 July

Women students stick to traditional subjects
Women still favour ‘feminine’ subjects and careers over engineering, science and maths, despite efforts to change this
 
Guardian

Large Hadron Collider rival Tevatron ‘has found Higgs boson’, say rumours
Rumours are emerging from the rival to the Large Hadron Collider that the Higgs boson, or so-called “God particle”, has been found.
 
Telegraph 

 
Earth hit by mass extinctions ‘every 27m years’
Life on Earth suffers catastrophic extinctions every 27 million years, according to researchers.
 
Telegraph  

Visit Mars! Microsoft and Nasa team up to let you explore planet using stunning new interactive map
You can now download an interactive map of Mars which lets you swoop in and explore a 3-D rendering of the mountains and valleys that cover the surface of the planet
 
Daily Mail 

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