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Time is running out for Elena Aprile, a physicist at Columbia University in New York. In mid-March, she is scheduled to present the results of a dark-matter experiment at a workshop in Venice, Italy, but she doesn't have the results yet.

She and the rest of her team have blinded themselves to the data to avoid bias, while they wrestle with an analysis that needs to take account of radioactive contamination in their detector.

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