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Katherine Freese Public Lecture: The Dark Side of the Universe

Dr. Katherine Freese explains the hunt for dark matter, the abundant-but-elusive matter believed to make up the majority of stuff in our universe, during her Perimeter Institute Public Lecture on March 2, 2016.

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