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Scientists have figured out a technique to measure gravity's effects on antimatter, that mysterious stuff so beloved of Dan Brown fans and physicists alike.
The achievement, made by the ALPHA collaboration at CERN's Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, marks another step toward understanding the differences between ordinary matter and antimatter -- and perhaps, physicists hope, toward revealing more about the origins of the universe.
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