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    Frank Wilczek

    ERC Grant to detect the existence of axions

    Frank Wilczek, professor at the Department of Physics at Stockholm University, has been awarded the ERC Advanced Grant for the theoretical study of axions. Axions are hypothetical particles whose existence would solve the dark matter problem.

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    Cosmoparticle Visitor Exchange Program

    We are pleased to invite applications from students and postdocs to support travel and subsistence for collaborative visits on the topic of cosmoparticle physics (interpreted broadly) between a number of institutions.

    OKC blog

    Stockholm joins the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope collaboration

    The Stockholm University Physics and Astronomy departments have joined the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope collaboration. These researchers will use the observatory to help them better understand supernovae and to map the structure of the Universe.

    Results released from first 34 days of the XENON1T experiment

    The first results have just been released from XENON1T ("Xenon One Ton"), the most sensitive dark matter detection experiment in the world. The XENON collaboration contains scientists from 10 different countries, including a number of Oskar Klein Centre researchers.