Albert Einstein (March, 14 1879–April 18, 1955) was a German theoretical physicist who pioneered a new framework for physics: the theory of relativity. While he is best known for E = mc2, his work went far beyond just a mass-energy equivalence formula. He explored gravity, particles, light, perception, astronomy, and influenced scientific philosophy. Our Members think outside-the-box and inspire science for generations, just like Einstein.
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