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Flavor and high-pT implications of B-physics anomalies

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In this talk I will review some new physics interpretations for the B-physics anomalies, and the implications they have for other flavor and high-pT observables. Regarding the neutral-current anomalies, I will describe the Rank-One Flavor Violation hypothesis and how the setup can be constrained with other B-meson and Kaon decays. I will then discuss a combined interpretation of both neutral- and charged-current anomalies in a context of a fundamental Composite Higgs model, and its possible signatures in LHC searches.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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