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Abstract: The apparent discovery of a Higgs boson with mass ∼ 125 GeV has had a significant impact on the constrained minimal supersymmetric extension of the Standard Model in which the scalar masses, gaugino masses and tri-linear A-terms are assumed to be universal at the GUT scale (the CMSSM). Much of the low-mass parameter space in the CMSSM has been excluded by supersymmetric particle searches at the LHC as well as by the Higgs mass measurement and the emergent signal for Bs → μ+μ−.† In this talk, Iíll discuss the impact of these recent results on several variants of the CMSSM and related models, focusing on scenarios in which the lightest supersymmetric particle is a viable dark matter candidate

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