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A huge online archive of over 5,000 documents from the life of Albert Einstein reveals his deepest personal feelings on love, the birth of his child and his desire for peace during World War One, as well as the process through which he arrived at his theory of relativity.
This week, Fourier Education’s einstein™ Tablet+ is the recipient of an eSchool News 2014-15 Readers’ Choice Award, honoring the best products and services in educational technology as chosen
Author is completing Einstein in new book. San Luis Obispo, CA (PRWEB) September 04, 2013 Albert Einstein died a disappointed man.
The name “Einstein” has long been synonymous with the term “genius.” The man behind that attribution, the late Albert Einstein, has been the center of attention for decades, as scientists and physicists try to decipher the inner workings of his intellectual being.
A handwritten letter by one Albert Einstein will be auctioned off this month with an opening bid of $3 million.
After his death, Einstein’s brain was removed by pathologist Thomas Harvey, who had performed Einstein’s autopsy. The hope was that future researchers could uncover secrets behind his genius.
Sections of Albert Einstein's brain will be displayed in Britain on Thursday at an exhibition in London, along with other historical figures.
In honor of Albert Einstein’s 133rd birthday, Israel’s Hebrew University of Jerusalem launched his archives on an expanded Einstein Archives Online website.