Berkeley Leans Into Search for Light Dark Matter

The search for dark matter is expanding. And going small.

While dark matter abounds in the universe—it is by far the most common form of matter, making up about 85% of the universe's total—it also hides in plain sight. We don't yet know what it's made of, though we can witness its gravitational pull on known matter.

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