Supersymmetry: What? why? when?

Gordon L. Kane
2000 Contemporary physics (Print)  
This article is a colloquium-level review of the idea of supersymmetry and why so many physicists expect it to soon be a major discovery in particle physics. Supersymmetry is the hypothesis, for which there is indirect evidence, that the underlying laws of nature are symmetric between matter particles (fermions) such as electrons and quarks, and force particles (bosons) such as photons and gluons.
doi:10.1080/00107510010001644 fatcat:ci6tefumqfewlc6524nfn53l2q