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"We’re all really interested in whether we’re alone"

Dr Jonathan Coles, a physicist from Zurich University’s Institute for Theoretical Physics, talks to swissinfo’s Thomas Stephens about “Beyond Bug-Eyed Monsters”, an exhibition that examines what alien life forms might look like and how we might find them. He begins by explaining why he helped organise the exhibition.

This content was published on August 19, 2011 - 11:18

"We’re all really interested in whether we’re alone"

Dr Jonathan Coles, a physicist from Zurich University’s Institute for Theoretical Physics, talks to swissinfo’s Thomas Stephens about “Beyond Bug-Eyed Monsters”, an exhibition that examines what alien life forms might look like and how we might find them. He begins by explaining why he helped organise the exhibition.

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