In 2011 Dr. Gerald Guralnik of Brown University was involved in an ongoing Dark Matter Detection experiment, perhaps LUX? It was an international collaboration involving underground detectors. He was certain DM would be detected in 5 years - i.e., now. I was dubious, so we bet "bragging rights" on it. Tragically, Jerry passed away in 2014. He was a great physicist and a great guy as well. Now, I'm wondering what the status of that experiment is. Obviously nothing dramatic or I would have seen it in the news; and don't see up-to-date info on the net (if it was LUX). Can anyone tell me how it's doing, whether work is ongoing, and whether I would have won my bet?