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Today, scientists will break ground on a huge underground neutrino laboratory that they hope will reveal something about the rules that govern the universe.
While many people take the existence of dark matter for granted, it's still a theory that has yet to be proven. But new evidence could bolster support for dark matter theories.
The Large Hadron Collider has the potential to solve some of the universe's deepest mysteries, including what is dark matter and dark energy and how did the universe come to be.
A non-discovery is causing physicists to rethink how they think about dark matter, the mysterious "stuff" that pervades the universe.
Some physicists claim a new force of nature might have been discovered. If true, that would mean that we have to rewrite the textbooks.
In discovering the Higgs boson, the Large Hadron Collider was groundbreaking, but now the supercollider is about to ramp up to full energy.
There's a concrete reason enormous particle accelerator experiments won't spawn black holes and end the world.
How can Einstein's theories meld with the odd observations of the quantum world?
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