Albert Einstein worked in the fields of mathematics and physics, and most of his contributions were in terms of academic theory. There is, however, a refrigerator that bears his name, and he had also developed a compass,... 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 »

While Einstein's theories and efforts contributed indirectly, he was not directly involved in building the world's first nuclear bomb. His theory, E=mc2, helps illustrate the energy released in an atomic reaction, but he... 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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »