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Even though dark matter is believed to make up 85 percent of the universe’s mass, no one has managed to detect the elusive material, but a new fundamental particle proposed by scientists at the University of Southampton could finally change that.
Scientists leading an underground experiment to discover dark matter may be forced to relocate to a location even deeper below the Earth's surface.
Several research projects are underway to try to detect particles that may make up the mysterious "dark matter" believed to dominate the universe's mass.
Squarks, photinos, selectrons, neutralinos. These are just a few types of supersymmetric particles, a special brand of particle that may be created when the world's most powerful atom smasher goes online this spring.
Ghostly haloes of dark matter as heavy as the earth and as large as our solar system were the first structures to form in the universe, according to new calculations from scientists at the University of Zurich, published in this week's issue of Nature.
- Large; stout; burly.