iCandy September 2010: A Vehicle You Don't Need to Fill Up or Steer

This month's iCandy includes an autonomous solar-powered truck, a 3-D TV, and a device that might reveal the secret identity of dark matter

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Photo: Reidar Hahn/Fermilab
Scientists know precious little about dark matter—except for the fact that it makes up more than 80 percent of the matter in the universe. This brightly colored device is a “bubble chamber” radiation detector that researchers at the SNOLab near Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, hope will reveal dark matter’s backstory.

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