Albert Einstein was a world-renowned theoretical physicist whose work on the theory of relativity and the concept of mass-energy equivalence revolutionized scientific thought. He also made important contributions to the development of quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics. Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921.Read more
On Albert Einstein's 72nd birthday he was leaving the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton (New Jersey, USA) when the paparazzi stalked him in the hope of overhearing one of his witty banter and taking the perfect photo. However, Einstein, unfriendly to the limelight and increasingly weary of their presence, did what the journalists least expected.Read more
Between March and September 1905, the German scientific journal "Annales der Physik" mailbox received four studies that would forever change the laws of physics and, ultimately, the conception of the reality of light, matter, time, and space.
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On February 22, 1923, Albert Einstein and his wife got off a train in Barcelona, coming from France. The German physicist forgot to notify their arrival time so there was no one to receive them. They walked through the city of Barcelona to a humble pension, before the matter was clarified and they were transferred to the Ritz.Read more
Although he had a certain difficulty to express himself, since he did not start speaking until he was three years old, he was the world’s most popular scientist thanks to his development of the Theory of Relativity, which revolutionized science as it was known up to the 20th century.Read more
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