Supersymmetry’s absence at LHC puzzles physicists

Lack of new particles suggests need to consider new theories

CERN control room

HIGH HOPES  Scientists watched from the CERN control room as the LHC particle accelerator first began running at higher energies in June 2015. New data from the LHC has revealed no hints of new particles, despite physicists’ high hopes.

M. Brice/CERN

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