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Antimatter: scientists find way to trap elusive material by blasting it with lasers

By Niels Madsen, Professor of Physics, Swansea University
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Antimatter is believed to play a huge part in the story of our universe. It’s the counterpart to matter: identical in every way – with protons, neutrons and electrons – but with an opposite electric charge. According to our best understanding of the laws of physics, the universe of today should be equally populated by both matter and antimatter.

Yet, as far as we can tell, it’s not.…

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