The search for mysterious dark matter underdogs steps up

Hypothetical subatomic particles called axions get their chance to shine

Gray Rybka

EVERY AXION HAS ITS DAY  Physicist Gray Rybka of the University of Washington in Seattle and colleagues have created a detector sensitive enough to potentially find hypothetical dark matter particles called axions.

Mark Stone/University of Washington

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