The following is from the November 24, 2010, edition of WFAA News. This story focuses on research by SMU Physics Professor Jodi Cooley.
November 29, 2010
by JONATHAN BETZ
SOUDAN, Minnesota — It's invisible, but people still look for it.
It's cosmic, but confusing.
We're talking about "dark matter." Find it, and it's worth millions.
For SMU physicists that — and curiosity — make it worth the search.
SMU professor Jodi Cooley tries to teach how the universe works. Still, it's a subject even she doesn't fully understand.
"I've always been attracted to things that are hard or difficult," she said. "If people say, 'It can't be done,' I've always said, 'Really? Are you sure? I'm going to go do it!'"
It's a drive that sends her to extremes
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