New physics not far above the TeV scale should leave a pattern of
virtual effects in observables at lower energies. What do these effects
tell us about the structure of a UV theory? We will address this
question by considering the Standard Model as an Effective Field Theory,
which allows us to relate physics at different energy scales through the
renormalization group. I will show how to deduce possible features of a
UV theory by combining top-quark observables at the LHC with bottom
observables at the flavor factories.