Albert Einstein

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physicist born in Germany who formulated the special theory of relativity and the general theory of relativity


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DISPLAY: Curator Lucy Gardner with Albert Einstein's landing card (inset)
Michio Kaku's Einstein's Cosmos: How Albert Einstein's Vision Transformed Our Understanding of Space and Time (039305165X, $22.
Albert Einstein's explanation of the photoelectric effect won him the Nobel Prize for physics in 1921.
The E-Series will enable the AEI to build a scalable, high-performance computing infrastructure needed for computationally intensive research on Albert Einstein's Theory of General Relativity.
Under the terms of this contract, LSA will be responsible for providing on-demand telephonic interpretation services, in over 200 language offerings, to the non-English speaking patients that visit one of Albert Einstein's major facilities or outpatient centers seeking medical treatment.
Albert Einstein's advances, made 100 years ago this year, forever changed the way scientists view the universe.
Newhall will explain Albert Einstein's theory of relativity in a talk titled ``Special Relativity for Non-Scientists.
Making one of only five showings worldwide, the exhibition celebrates the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein's "miracle year" of 1905, when he introduced the revolutionary E=mc(2).
Published on the 100th anniversary of the theory of special relativity and the 50th anniversary of Albert Einstein's death, this expanded, paperback edition of The New Quotable Einstein features the scientist's musings on such diverse topics as pets, creativity, music, vegetarianism, family, and many others--including science and mathematics.
The exhibit, running through May 29, marks the centennial of Albert Einstein's annus mirabilis - the ``miracle year'' of 1905 in which at age 26 he published four landmark findings, including his Special Theory of Relativity and the well-known equation E = mc2.