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Scientists get better at searching for dark matter
by Artie Villasanta
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30 October 2018
On 30 October 2018 Business Times reported:
October 31 is 'Dark Matter Day,' ... it does focus more attention on the unknown stuff that comprises 85 percent of the total mass of the known Universe. On Dark Matter Day many different events dedicated to dark matter will take place all over the world. Researchers from Lund University in Sweden seems to have timed the release of a new technique in the continuing search for dark matter to coincide with the second staging of Dark Matter Day.
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They announced the development of a more effective technique in the search for clues about dark.
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