CERN Accelerating science

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  • Searches for new physics at the Large Hadron Collider have so far come up empty, but we just might not be looking in the right place. Spectacular bursts of particles appearing seemingly out of nowhere could shed light on some of nature’s most profound mysteries.


  • A new approach for collider searches of dark energy. A combination of terrestrial and cosmological data can give us a comprehensive picture about one of the biggest mysteries of our Universe. 


  • A recent paper suggests that streaming dark matter (DM) axions may be the better source for discovering the candidate particles of one of the few fundamental open questions in physics


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