Contribution Invited plenary
Results from low energy e+e- facilities of Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics
The muon g-2 anomaly showing about 4$\sigma$ deviation between the SM prediction and the experiment is one of the most promising signals for physics beyond the SM. And the hadronic uncertainties are limiting the accuracy of the SM prediction. In this talk, I will discuss the role of recent results, obtained with CMD-3,SND,and KEDR detectors at e+e- colliders VEPP-2000 (0.15-1 GeV/beam) and VEPP-4(1-5 GeV/beam) in Novosibirsk, Russia, in improving the evaluations of hadronic vacuum polarization.