Albert Einstein made many contributions to science, most notably his development of the theories of special and general relativity. He also discovered the explanation for the photoelectric effect, which was vital to the ... More » History Inventions

Albert Einstein's greatest contribution to the world was his theory of relativity in which he described new ways of looking at time, space, matter, energy and gravity. His works also provided the basis for advances such ... More » History Inventions

E=mc^2 describes the conversion ratio between matter and energy, and as such, it has been used to aid the design of nuclear power stations and atomic weapons. It is also a useful theoretical tool that helps astrophysicis... More » Science Physics
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Albert Einstein is prominently known for his theories of relativity and for formulating the famous equation E = mc2, where "E" denotes energy, "m" indicates mass and "c" represent the speed of light. Einstein is less ... More » Science Physics

Albert Einstein is famous for his contributions to science, particularly his general and special theories of relativity. He also won the Nobel Prize for discovering the law of the photoelectric effect. More » Science Physics

Albert Einstein's contributions to mathematics include the theory of relativity, the photoelectric effect, the motion of particles when suspended within a liquid and the mathematical formula E = mc2. E = mc2 is his most ... More » History Inventions

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