News coverage of the first results from LUX dark matter detector

On October 30th, scientists announced the first results from Large Underground Xenon (LUX) dark matter detector located in Lead, SD.  Professor Rick Gaitskell, one of the founders and a co-spokesperson of LUX experiment, and his team of physicists at Brown University play a leading role in the collaborative effort to detect dark matter.  Here is some of the news coverage of the experiment results and their importance to the future of the dark matter search.

Brown University News: "First results from LUX dark matter detector"

BBC News: "LUX results: Dark matter hunt nears final phase"

Popular Science: "Inside the hunt for dark matter"

Scientific American: "Dark matter still hiding: Latest experimental sweep comes up empty"

New York Times: "Dark matter experiment has detected nothing, researchers say proudly"

Los Angeles Times: "LUX dark matter detector finds no WIMPs, so why are scientists happy?"