Shadows of two failed searches loom over physics

There were no detections of dark matter particles this year and no signs of supersymmetry

searching for dark matter

DOUBLE DARKNESS  The failure to detect dark matter particles suggests scientists might need new strategies for unlocking the secrets of the cosmos.

David Curtis

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