Albert Einstein: Beyond Science
Hi, my name is Akhil Shankar and I am from Holman Middle School. My purpose of this website was to tell you information on Albert Einstein that you might not know. My other purpose is because I am very interested in Albert Einstein because his interest in science made want to do a report on him.
Building Grounds of Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany. He became an examiner for the Swiss patent office at Bern in 1902. His friends were supportive and liked all the same things he did. One of those friends soon became his future wife.
In 1905, Einstein had a miracle year which was called "Annus Mirabilis." During that time he got his Doctorate degree and wrote the four papers. Not only that but it was written in Annalen der Physik, one of the best known physics journal. He was a Nobel Physics Prize in 1921.
Einstein's Trip to America
In 1932, Einstein made a big choice in his life. He decided to leave Germany forever for America. He took a position as the newly formed Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, New Jersey. This place would soon be a Mecca for physicists all around the globe. He spent the rest of his career here. He was trying to develop a unified field theory. This theory would unify the forces of the universe and the law of physics.
Albert Einstein's Life Story
Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey.
He took a position as the newly formed Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, New Jersey. It was here that he would spend the rest of his career. He not only spent the rest of his career her, but he also spent the rest of his life in Princeton, New Jersey. Here I will show a timeline of some important events in Albert Einstein's life.
Albert Einstein was famous for may things. His major accomplishments were creating and trying to develop unified theory, making a famous formula, getting a Nobel Physics Prize, and much more. He had a different perspective of the universe. This is what made Albert Einstein so unique.
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