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Dark Matter Indirect (and Direct) Detection searches: some anomalies and a status assessment
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I present a phenomenological and data-driven assessment of the status of indirect and direct searches for particle Dark Matter, and of the main implications for DM model building. Tantalizing hints and stringent constraints seem to continuously chase each other, as a number of well performing experiments keep delivering their data. This year may be the one in which we finally see the resolution of these dark puzzles, or it may not.
This talk is part of the Cosmology lunch series.
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