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Scientists refine the search for dark matter
by Lund University (Source)
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29 October 2018
On 29 October 2018 Science Daily reported:
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden, among others, have developed a more effective technique in the search for clues about dark matter in the universe. They can now analyze much larger amounts of the data generated at CERN.
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At the CERN research facility, a long series of experiments is underway on protons colliding in the LHC accelerator at almost the speed of light. The amount of data is constantly increasing, as the accelerator's capacity improves. However, it is more difficult to process and store the vast amounts of data that are produced. This is why there is a continuous evaluation of which data the researchers should examine more closely.
'If we are not careful, we could end up discarding data that contains clues to completely new particles of which we are not yet aware, such as particles that form dark matter', explains Caterina Doglioni, a particle physicist at Lund University and a member of the ATLAS experiment at CERN.
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