Scientists in Italy set out to discover 'dark matter'

If they're successful, physicists will be able to identify invisible objects in the universe.

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    Researchers in Italy have launched an ambitious search for a new force of nature that could help explain the mystery of what scientists call dark matter.

    The experiment would allow physicists to identify invisible objects in the universe.

     

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Frascatti.


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