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 »

Some of the most famous scientists who weren't born in the United States include Alexander Graham Bell, who invented the idea of the telephone, and Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel, who invented the diesel engine. Other famo... More »

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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Albert Einstein was so smart because he knew physics inside-out and spent much of his time thinking about the solutions to problems. After he died in 1955, his brain was removed and preserved to be examined by neuroanato... More »

Albert Einstein's work in physics and mathematics advanced both fields in areas of study such as the manipulation of atomic energy, the exploration of outer space and the basic foundation of knowledge on light. His large... More »

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The influence of Albert Einstein's theories of relativity is far reaching, from nuclear energy to GPS devices to our own notions of morality. His cultural impact is vast and nearly impossible to narrow down, and that's p... More »

Although Albert Einstein's theories laid the foundation for the creation of the atomic bomb, the only thing he really invented was a refrigerator. Invented in 1926 in conjunction with his former student Leo Szilard, the ... More »