- July 9, 2021, 1:00 pm US/Central
- Guy Wilkinson, Oxford University
I argue that in the 21st century no other area of particle physics has seen such a wealth of stimulating results as has the study of quark transitions. I assess the reasons for this progress, before surveying a selection of the most interesting recent results in the field. I conclude by looking forward to the developments that can be expecting in the coming couple of decades.