Babbage: Untangling quantum mechanics with Nobel laureate Anton Zeilinger

In 2022, the Nobel prize for physics was awarded to a trio of scientists for their work on the fundamentals of quantum mechanics. This week, host Alok Jha asks one of the laureates, Anton Zeilinger, how he proved Einstein wrong and how his research into a phenomenon called quantum entanglement can help make sense of the universe. Plus, can “quantum teleportation” usher in a new era of technology? 


Anton Zeilinger is a physicist at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and professor emeritus at the University of Vienna.


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