Julián B. Muñoz

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Julián B. Muñoz obtained his PhD from Johns Hopkins University in 2017 and is a postdoctoral fellow in the Jefferson Physical Laboratory at Harvard University. He works in different aspects of theoretical cosmology, including dark-matter theories and large-scale structure.


Cosmology

Viewpoint: The First Stars May Shed Light on Dark Matter

Recent observations of hydrogen absorption that occurred when the first stars turned on may give insights into the nature of dark matter, new analyses show. Read More »