Victorian mine to become powerhouse in dark matter research
Plans for the construction of an underground physics lab will make the former Stawell Mine in Victoria operational as the epicentre for dark matter research in the Southern Hemisphere.
Anneliese Farrer spoke with University of Melbourne’s Dr. Elisabetta Berberio to hear more about the undertaking.
Dr. Elisabetta Berberio, University of Melbourne School of Physics
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