Meet The 22-Year-Old Harvard PhD Physics Genius That Is Being Called The Next Einstein
Generally, kids who are just 14 are busy enjoying their newly settled teenage by playing games or reading stuff. But Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski was special. While other kids were busy watching Tom and Jerry, she entered MIT's campus at the age of 14 for an approval for the single-engine plane she had built.
Today, she is 22 and is considered as the next Einstein. Merely at this young age, she is an MIT graduate. Now, she has achieved a lot more.
Checkout her work and achievements ahead.
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Not every individual in this world has job offer from Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com, and aerospace developer and manufacturer Blue Origin. She does not have a Facebook, Twitter or Instagram profile and doesn't own a smartphone either. The only thing she is regularly frequent is her website called Physics girl.
Her journey In MIT was awesome and experts have brilliant things to say about her.
She believes that "Physics itself is exciting enough. It's not like a 9-to-5 thing. When you're tired you sleep, and when you're not, you do physics."
Checkout all this and a video about this new genius ahead.
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This first-generation Cuban-American woman was accepted and graduated with a GPA of 5.00 - the school's highest score that is possible. Many experts have brilliant things to say about her.
Andrew Strominger, Harvard professor and her adviser who is publishing a paper with Stephen Hawking, also praised her. Because of her outstanding work, she has received grants of thousands of dollars from Hertz Foundation, Smith Foundation and the National Science Foundation for supporting her studies and work.
Checkout the video below to know more about her.
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