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Albert Einstein was a pioneering scientist and physicist, most famous for his theory of relativity, who made several breakthroughs in scientific understanding of time and space, explains Planet Science. Many also credit ... More »

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Time magazine named Albert Einstein the "Person of the Century" for the 20th century. Given his achievements as a physicist, the epochal impact of his ideas and theories, and his courageous personal and political stands ... More »

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According to About.com, Albert Einstein started out working as a technical assistant examiner at the Swiss Patent Office in 1902. After his received his doctorate in 1905 and had several articles published, he began to r... More »

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Albert Einstein's major contributions to science include the theory of relativity, the origins of quantum theory and the theory of critical opalescence. Some of his awards and honors include the Copley Medal, the Frankli... More »

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The theory of relativity is a theory developed by Albert Einstein that explains the relationship between space and time. The theory states that different viewers see the timing and spacing of events differently depending... More »

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Key facts about Albert Einstein for kids include the scientist's status as one of history's most brilliant minds, his development of new ideas in the field of physics and his varied hobbies. Einstein created the famous e... More »

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Best known for his theory of relativity, Albert Einstein also discovered the photoelectric effect, explained Brownian movement, played the violin, supported civil rights, and helped found the Hebrew University of Jerusal... More »

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