The ATLAS collaboration carried out a first collider search for light scalar particles that could contribute to the accelerating expansion of the universe.
ATLAS has recently released a summary gathering the results from more than 20 experimental searches for dark matter and a first collider search for dark energy.
The great depth and cleanliness of SNOLAB allows the study of extremely rare interactions and weak processes.
A global effort is under way to carry out a complete search for high-mass dark-matter particles using an experiment called DarkSide-20k.
If dark-QCD mediators were produced in pairs in the CMS detector, their signature would be striking.
Interest is growing in new experiments that probe dark-matter candidates such as axions and other very weakly interacting sub-eV particles.
XENON1T is a 3D-imaging liquid-xenon time projection chamber located at Gran Sasso National Laboratory in Italy.
The temporal distribution of solar flares is correlated with the positions of the Earth, Mercury and Venus.
Using three complementary techniques, CMS has now explored a large range in mass, coupling and width.
XENON1T is the first tonne-scale detector of its kind and is designed to search for WIMP dark matter by measuring nuclear recoils from WIMP–nucleus scattering.