For the first time, scientists have observed the warping of space-time generated by two black holes a billion light years from Earth. In this video, gravitational waves expert Eugenio Coccia, University of Rome Tor Vergata, and Francesco Arneodo, NYUAD head of physics, talk about what happened, and what's next for science.
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Francesco Arneodo talks about how scientific understanding of Dark Matter is progressing and why the search for Dark Matter continues to challenge our planet's top researchers.
Francesco Arneodo has been working for 20 years at the Gran Sasso National Laboratory... and I am also leading a research group. He provides NYUAD students' opportunities for research during the summer months and for their Capstone project.
NYUAD's Francesco Arneodo is part of an international collaboration of scientists searching for dark matter from an underground lab Italy.
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