While supersymmetry has not yet appeared at the Large Hadron Collider, a new analysis predicts that it should appear as an emergent phenomenon in condensed-matter physics. Shao-Kai Jian of Tsinghua University in China and colleagues have shown that a supersymmetric gauge theory with dynamical gauge bosons and fermionic gauginos emerges under certain conditions on the surface of a correlated topological insulator, such as SmB6.