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On the origin of matter in the Universe

@inproceedings{Bari2021OnTO,
  title={On the origin of matter in the Universe},
  author={Pasquale di Bari},
  year={2021}
}
The understanding of the physical processes that lead to the origin of matter in the early Universe, creating both an excess of matter over anti-matter and a dark matter abundance that survived until the present, is one of the most fascinating challenges in modern science. The problem cannot be addressed within our current description of fundamental physics and, therefore, it currently provides a very strong evidence of new physics. Solutions can either reside in a modification of the standard… Expand

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