The Oskar Klein Centre Blog

Results released from first 34 days of the XENON1T experiment

The spin-independent WIMP-nucleon cross section sensitivity limits as a function of WIMP mass at 90% confidence level for this run of XENON1T (in black). Results from previous experiments are shown.  The 1- and 2? sensitivity bands are shown in green and yellow.
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.
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Dr. Garrelt Mellema elected to the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

A picture of Garrelt Mellema smiling.
Dr. Garrelt Mellema, Professor of Astronomy at Stockholm University, has been elected to the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences as a Swedish member in the class for astronomy and space science.
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