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Untangling Quantum Physics With A Nobel Laureate

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Quantum physics is the study the smallest, most elementary particles in existence. We talk to a Nobel Laureate in Physics about what is known and unknown about how the universe works at the quantum level.

Guest:

Event:
The 55th Annual Alpheus W. Smith Lecture October 10, 2017 at 8 pm.