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Weak lensing by large-scale structure as an accurate probe of cosmology and much more!

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Weak lensing by large-scale structure is one of the most promising techniques to learn more about the nature of dark energy by mapping the dark matter distribution in the Universe as a function of distance. Weak lensing has also developed into the main tool to determine the masses of collapsed structures, from clusters to galaxies, enabling new studies of scaling relations. I will review the recent progress in this active area of research and discuss the prospects for future projects, such as Euclid.

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