Presentations from the XXXV SLAC Summer Institute
Dark Matter: From the Cosmos to the Laboratory
July 30-August 10, 2007
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
Morning lectures covered all aspects of dark matter, from observational evidence
for its existence, to its role in cosmic evolution and structure formation,
to indirect and direct searches and attempts to produce it at colliders.
In the afternoons, topical conference talks alternated with discussion sessions,
tours, and social events.
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Energy under Contract No. DE-AC02-76SF00515.
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