A variety of new experiments are planned in the next few years to search for dark matter in the forms of WIMPs, or Weakly Interacting Massive Particles. A critical challenge is the development of new detector technologies that are sensitive to small energy depositions, scalable to large masses, and suffer little from radioactive background. In particular, I will discuss the CLEAN and XENON experiments, which will use liquid neon and liquid xenon as detection media.