Discover the fascinating world of Supersymmetry, a theoretical framework in particle physics proposing new dimensions, potential dark matter candidates, and elegant solutions to fundamental problems. Explore how SUSY extends our understanding of the universe and the quest for experimental evidence.

Supersymmetry (SUSY) is a theoretical framework in particle physics that proposes a symmetric relationship between fermions and bosons.

For every known particle, SUSY predicts a corresponding "superpartner" particle, doubling the particle zoo.

Some of the superpartners, like the neutralino, are considered potential candidates for dark matter.

SUSY addresses several issues in the Standard Model, such as hierarchy problems and the unification of forces.

Elegant Solution

Despite extensive searches, no direct evidence for supersymmetric particles has been found in collider experiments like those at the LHC.

SUSY is an integral part of string theory, suggesting extra dimensions and more fundamental structures of reality.

Just as electroweak symmetry breaks at low energy, SUSY must be broken, explaining why superpartners are not seen at everyday energies.

SUSY predicts that the three fundamental forces (electromagnetic, weak, and strong) unify at high energies.