The search for dark matter with HAYSTAC gets a speed boost from quantum technology

scientist with HAYSTAC instrument
February 17, 2021

Wright Lab alum Benjamin Brubaker (Yale Physics Ph.D. ‘17), now a Postdoctoral Fellow in Quantum Physics at the University of Colorado Boulder, wrote an article on the recent result from the Yale-led HAYSTAC experiment (located at Yale’s Wright Lab) called “The search for dark matter gets a speed boost from quantum technology” for The Conversation, which is a website for academics to write about their expertise for a broad audience. Click the links below to read the article, as well as a recent article about the paper in Nature, which was led by Wright Lab graduate student Kelly Backes (pictured with HAYSTAC, above).

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