Emergent quanta of momentum and charge, called quasiparticles, govern many of the properties of materials. The development of a quasiparticle collider promises to reveal fundamental insights into these peculiar entities. See Letter p.225
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van der Marel, D. Quasiparticles on a collision course. Nature 533, 186–187 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/533186a