# Single-scale natural SUSY

@article{Randall2013SinglescaleNS,
title={Single-scale natural SUSY},
author={Lisa Randall and Matthew Reece},
journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
year={2013},
volume={2013},
pages={1-31}
}
A bstractWe consider the prospects for natural SUSY models consistent with current data. Recent constraints make the standard paradigm unnatural so we consider what could be a minimal extension consistent with what we now know. The most promising such scenarios extend the MSSM with new tree-level Higgs interactions that can lift its mass to at least 125 GeV and also allow for flavor-dependent soft terms so that the third generation squarks are lighter than current bounds on the first and second… CONTINUE READING
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