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Flavor 2019: new Physics in flavor from LHC to Belle II / Anomalies in b->s ll transitions

The concept of lepton universality, where the muon and tau particles are simply heavier copies of the electron, is a key prediction in the Standard Model (SM). In models beyond the SM, lepton universality can be naturally violated with new physics particles that couple preferentially to the second and third generation leptons. Over the last few years, several hints of lepton universality violation have been seen in both b->c and b->s semileptonic beauty decays. This presentation will review the anomalies in b->s ll transitions and give an outlook for the near future.

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