"Scientists invent way to trap mysterious 'dark world' particle at Large Hadron Collider", by Louise Lerner, UChicago News
All around us is dark matter and dark energy - the invisible stuff that binds the galaxy together, but which no one has been able to directly detect. "We know for sure there's a dark world, and there's more energy in it than there is in ours," said LianTao Wang, a University of Chicago professor of physics who studies how to find signals in large particle accelerators like the LHC.