Nature.com: Blueprint outlines ambitious scheme to solve uncrackable problems using existing technology.
Dark matter is the mysterious and elusive target for the world’s scientists now
Ninety-five percent of the universe is still considered unexplored. Scientists at CERN, the world’s largest particle physics research center, located in Geneva, are working on solving these mysteries.
In May 2012, researchers there discovered the so-called Higgs Boson, whose prediction won Peter Higgs and François Englert the Nobel prize in physics.
One of the things CERN scientists are researching at the moment is dark matter: Although it may well have five times the mass of visible matter in the universe, this extent can only be indirectly proved. With a bit of luck, CERN will also succeed in generating dark matter. [Read more…] about Infineon supplies CERN with sensors to detect dark matter
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