The bullet cluster

Dark Matter

Empirical evidence for the existence of non-luminous, dark matter, which interacts gravitationally with ordinary matter and radiation, has been discovered in scales ranging from galactic to cosmological.

Color centers

We are developing a new technology, based on finding single crystal defects in a bulk, that arise from interactions of light dark matter and a nucleus. These defects are long lived and spectroscopically active, which makes them ideal for detection of nuclear interactions with a threshold of tens of eV.


In our local laboratory, here in Weizmann institute, we develop new sophisticated experimental and statistical methods for future dark matter detectors.