Sunday, May 08, 2005

Einstein Year

Einstein Year marks the centenary of the three papers that Albert Einstein published in 1905, which included the paper on photoelectric effect that led to his Nobel Prize in Physics, as well as the publication of the equasion E=mc2. To mark Einstein Year, the online magazine Spiked has conducted a survey of over 250 renowned scientists, science communicators, and educators, including 11 Nobel laureates. Each was asked: if you could pick just one thing, what would you teach the world about science... and why? Click HERE to read their responses, as well as watch a few video clips.
Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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