Part 2 of 2: During Anton Zeilinger's visit to the IOP we took the opportunity to talk to him about his life, his interests and motivations, and his views on the future of quantum theory and quantum information. This interview is accessible to anyone who is curious about physics, and what it means to be a physicist.
Hear more from some of the greatest physicists of our time on our Newton Medal winners playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE0DDA73CD664A72D
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