"Postulating the existence of something that one can't observe is useless to describe what we do observe."

Eleanor Knox is a groundbreaking philosopher of physics. Her research grapples with the most foundational concept in our universe, the nature of spacetime. She is also an expert on the relationships between scientific theories.

Before taking up a permanent lectureship at King's College London, Knox was a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow. In 2015, she received the Cushing Memorial Prize for History and Philosophy of Physics.

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