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DM Radio Cubic Meter

DM Radio Cubic Meter is a full-scale QCD axion search that will probe QCD axion dark matter over 1.5 orders of magnitude of mass. It is a collaboration of groups at SLAC, Stanford, UC Berkeley, LBNL, MIT, UNC Chapel Hill, and Princeton university.

Research and Development to develop the DM Radio Cubic Meter is one of four programs that are part of the the DOE Office of High Energy Physics Dark Matter New Initiatives program.