Julian B. Munoz, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept of Physics, Harvard University
Dr. Munoz appeared on Science for the Public’s Contemporary Science program November 15, 2018 to discuss his work as a theoretical cosmologist. His work is concerned with some exciting new possibilities about the nature of dark matter and primordial black holes. In this program, he described recent work by his team, which has explored the possibility that some charged dark matter particles interact with normal matter by electromagnetic force. This possibility, which can be confirmed or ruled out within a few years, is of great interest to the cosmology community.
video of Julian Munoz’s November 15, 2018 discussion on SftPublic’s Contemporary Science Dark Matter and Other Cosmic Mysteries .
Harvard Gazette article about Dr. Munoz’s recent work New light on dark matter