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Dark matter detector goes underground | Herald Sun August 3, 2012

Posted by sandyclaus in Case Western Reserve University.
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“Dark matter presents a much bigger problem to detect,” said Tom Shutt, a physics professor with Case Western Reserve University who’s working on the Large Underground Xenon detector, known as LUX.

“If we find it, it’s going to be a much bigger shift in our understanding of physics.”

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