Dark matter could be much lower in mass and slighter in energy than previously thought.
Scientists think that, under some circumstances, dark matter could generate powerful enough gravitational waves for equipment like LIGO to detect.
Some theorists have taken to designing their own experiments to broaden the search for dark matter.
The story of the latest experiment approved for installation at the Large Hadron Collider starts with a theorist and a question about dark matter.
Fermilab scientists are harnessing quantum technology in the search for dark matter.
SuperCDMS physicists are testing a way to amp up dark matter vibrations to help them search for lighter particles.
The SuperCDMS SNOLAB project is expanding the hunt for dark matter to particles with properties not accessible to any other experiment.
Scientists on the Axion Dark Matter Experiment have demonstrated technology that could lead to the discovery of theoretical light dark matter particles called axions.
A hidden world of particles awaits.
SLAC engineer Knut Skarpaas designs some of physics’ most challenging machines, finding inspiration in unexpected places.
Around the world, scientists and non-scientists alike celebrated the first international Dark Matter Day.
For Dark Matter Day, scientist and Star Wars fan Dan McKinsey talks dark matter and the Force.
Instead of searching for dark matter particles, a new device will search for dark matter waves.
Technology proposed 30 years ago to search for dark matter is finally seeing the light.
At a recent meeting, scientists shared ideas for searching for dark matter on the (relative) cheap.
A video from SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory explains how the upcoming LZ experiment will search for the missing 85 percent of the matter in the universe.