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Albert Einstein's archives will move into 2-story planetarium on the Jerusalem campus of Hebrew University.
In global collaboration, a third of the world's physicists announce a reshaping of our understanding of the universe.
The handwritten scrawls were reportedly given by the absent-minded professor in lieu of a tip.
The series was watched by 45 million people around the world, and brought to light the life story of the beloved genius.
After a video of a man getting Einstein inked on his leg surfaced online, we're in search of more tattoos of the beloved genius.
In an exclusive interview, the playwright reveals his logic (he has some, we promise) and what he has up his sleeve next.
Tourism officials in Bern, Switzerland, just erected 4 statues that honor the world's favorite genius.
From Hamilton to Musk, the lives of these notable figures leap off the page and into your earbuds.
After recent news of British kids scoring higher than the genius on a IQ test, we take a closer look.
Topps' special 1952 'Look N See' set can now fetch in the thousands at sports conventions.
After a pathologist stole the genius's brain, neuroscientist Marian Diamond came to the rescue.
Rare version shows the two people who were cropped out of the famous picture.
I dug through Albert Einstein's archives to find some amazing conversations he had with kids.
German designer's quirky idea will have notes from the icons arriving in your mailbox.
Learn about the time Einstein wanted to be a plumber and other strange things I found while digging through his letters.