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Physicist Netta Engelhardt is searching black holes for universal truths

Jennifer Chu | MIT News
April 9, 2024

As Netta Engelhardt sees it, secrets never die. Not even in a black hole.

Engelhardt is a theoretical physicist at MIT who is teasing out the convoluted physics in and around black holes, in search of the fundamental ingredients that shape our universe.  In the process, she’s upending popular ideas in the fields of quantum and gravitational physics.

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