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Exploring dark matter detection across interdisciplinary frontiers, Jayden Newstead (Melbourne)

6 Jul 2023 10:16 AM | Anonymous

Thursday 13 July 1pm AEST 

Click here  to watch the recording on the AIP YouTube channel.

AbstractDark matter is an elusive substance which, despite considerable effort, continues to evade detection. In this talk we will tour through the realms of particle, nuclear, atomic, and astro-physics, surveying the rich interdisciplinary research that propels our search for dark matter. The efforts of astrophysics and cosmology provide us with the necessary cosmic context, while the fields of nuclear and atomic physics ground us, informing and guiding the search for dark matter in the laboratory. We will explore the compelling evidence for the existence of dark matter and how we can best determine its true nature. 

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