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Physicists called the news 'groundbreaking' and 'a mic drop for Einstein’s theory of general relativity.'
The scientists behind the mission reveal why the world-famous physicist is their muse.
Correspondence between Einstein and his colleague show the difficulty in getting other physicists on board.
The physicist's legacy lives on with Hebrew University's unveiling of new manuscripts, a relative's surprise visit and more.
Among the remarkable findings are letters to his best friend, the basis for lasers and a page that had been lost for nearly 90 years.
Head into 2019 with some wise and witty advice.
Kelly Ripa was speechless, and Ryan Seacrest dropped his microphone in disbelief. See the trick everyone is talking about.
Scientists made a virtual reality Einstein body to see if it changed people's intelligence.
Find out what it's like taking care of the legacy of the world's most famous genius.
The Nobel Prize winner called this experience 'an excellent opportunity for maximum calm and reflection.'
Hop aboard as we go globetrotting with the Nobel Prize winner.
The film shows the physicist (who didn't even know how to drive) enjoying his time on a Hollywood soundstage.
From rock stars to award-winning actors, March 14 is a good day to be born.
A novice chemist didn't know what to do with his life. The world's favorite genius had an answer.
The winning scientists of 2017 tell us what it was like to be the first to detect and observe gravitational waves.