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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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Before, the diaries were only published in German to be included in the 'Collected Papers of Albert Einstein', which spanned 15 volumes.
DISPLAY: Curator Lucy Gardner with Albert Einstein's landing card (inset)
This study enabled them to observe precisely how dark matter evolved in the universe and to reconstruct a three-dimensional map of the dark matter and use this to test Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity.
The world's preeminent scientist significantly confronted race issues, but this facet of Albert Einstein's life is omitted from "more than one hundred biographies and monographs," say Fred Jerome and Rodger Taylor, coauthors of this new book.
Finally, we look back at Albert Einstein's "miracle year": It was in 1905 that he began publishing theories that would topple Newtonian physics, and profoundly change the world.
Michio Kaku's Einstein's Cosmos: How Albert Einstein's Vision Transformed Our Understanding of Space and Time (039305165X, $22.95) tells how Einstein's ideas changed everyday understanding of the nature of space and time itself.
* 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.
The show's freshman run focuses on Albert Einstein's (both played by Geoffrey Rush and Johnny Flynn) scientific achievements and complicated personal relationships.
Lightman ponders these questions and provides glimpses into the work and thought behind some of 20th-century science's most influential discoveries: from Max Planck's 1900 declaration that energy exists in quanta to Albert Einstein's revolutionary theories about time, James Watson and Francis Crick's discovery of DNA's molecular structure, and Paul Berg's 1972 breakthrough in joining DNA from different organisms.
Albert Einstein's advances, made 100 years ago this year, forever changed the way scientists view the universe.