Albert Einstein 1878 - 1955
Theoretical physicist and philosopher of science. He is called "The Father of Modern Physics" for his development of the general theory of relativity and mass energy equivalence formula E=mc2. Einstein received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics, and developed more than 300 scientific papers, making his name synonymous with "genius". Here is an original full page of hand written and signed equation notes by Albert Einstein, from his days as a professor at Princeton. They appear to be part of his energy and gravitation theory. Framed in a museum quality presentation.