Search for Dark Matter Particles Turns Up Zilch
The most sensitive search yet for the elusive particles that may make up dark matter has turned up nothing, putting stronger limits than ever on the ingredients of nature's invisible stuff. [Full Story
NEXT STOP: Student Science Experiments Riding Japanese Rocket to Space Station
Student Science Experiments Riding Japanese Rocket to Space Station
Alien superbugs and space spiders are the subjects of two student-designed science experiments due to launch today toward the International Space Station aboard a Japanese spacecraft. [Full Story
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