Scientists propose an enhancement to the BabyIAXO axion detector, paving the way for an intensified search for elusive dark matter particles.
Due to their incredible density, astronomers believe white dwarfs might make the perfect dark matter detectors.
Using the galactic glow of dwarf galaxies, researchers investigate a hypothetical particle called an axion as a possible contender for dark matter.
Researchers investigate dark photons as alternatives to dark matter, aiming to detect these particles through experiments involving the conversion of light.
Scientists propose a modified cosmological model that challenges the existence of dark matter and dark energy.
The composition of dark matter remains a mystery, but a new theory involving quantum tunneling may have eliminated some candidates.
Dark matter could be aggregating around black holes, providing a possible means of indirectly measuring its properties.
Sending atomic and nuclear clocks into the inner reaches of our solar system could help scientists find proof of elusive dark matter.
Is it time to start looking for alternatives to WIMPs?
Researchers at the Southern University of Science and Technology in China ask if gravitons can be promising candidates for dark matter components.