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Big Bang Synthesis of Nuclear Dark Matter

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Early start at 1300

I will start by reviewing a range of non-standard dark matter models including models employing asymmetric dark matter and freeze-in. I will then go on to outline models of Nuclear Dark Matter, where the dark matter states are composite objects consisting of ``dark nucleons”. I will outline some of the novel features of this idea and how the composite nature can lead to interesting signatures in direct detection experiments.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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