Meet Oscar Agertz, Lund University and Christian Ohm, Royal Institute of Technology, and talk about the research on the mysterious dark matter that dominates the universe, but which no one knows what it consists of. 

We work our way from the very largest size scales (astronomy) to the very smallest (particle physics) and go through what we know about dark matter and how we try to understand what can make it up.

Take the chance to meet some of Sweden’s most promising young researchers. In collaboration with Young Academy of Sweden, quizzes, conversations and mini lectures with interactive elements are organized during the autumn in connection with the Nobel Prize Museum’s exhibition Life Eternal at Liljevalchs. The events take place on Saturday afternoons and are included in the regular admission ticket.