New Scenarios for Physics Beyond the Standard Model
The Standard Model is a remarkably successful theory, consistent with all known experimental facts1. Yet there is good reason to believe that it is incomplete, and that new physics must come into play close to a TeV. Hopefully this new physics will be accessible at the Large Hadron Collider, which will begin gathering data a few years from now.
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