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 »

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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 »

The vast majority of Albert Einstein's work was theoretical, and the only invention he ever patented was the Einstein refrigerator. He was also involved in the creation of the atomic bomb. More »

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 »

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 »

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 »

In grammar school, Albert Einstein studied science and math whenever he could, and he went on to study math and physics in college. He graduated from Zurich Polytechnic in 1900. More »

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