Indirect and direct search for dark matter

  title={Indirect and direct search for dark matter},
  author={M. Klasen and M. Pohl and G. Sigl},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
The majority of the matter in the universe is still unidentified and under investigation by both direct and indirect means. Many experiments searching for the recoil of dark-matter particles off target nuclei in underground laboratories have established increasingly strong constraints on the mass and scattering cross sections of weakly interacting particles, and some have even seen hints at a possible signal. Other experiments search for a possible mixing of photons with light scalar or pseudo… Expand
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