Albert Einstein required physics to describe reality and spoke of entanglement ‐ the notion that two elementary particles far removed from each other could nonetheless
Nobel prize winner Anton Zeilinger
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When our cells divide, the ends of our chromosomes – the telomeres – get shorter. In the end, this causes cell duplication to stop: one of the mechanisms of ageing.