World Year of Physics 2005
The official website of the World Year of Physics 2005, a United Nations endorsed, international celebration of physics. Events throughout the year will highlight the vitality of physics and its importance in the coming millennium, and will commemorate the pioneering contributions of Albert Einstein in 1905.
Albert Einstein and the World Year of Physics 2005
The Arts and Sciences Libraries at the University of Buffalo have constructed an online exhibit celebrating Albert Einstein's life and achievements with links to manuscripts and papers, scientific articles, related news and events, biographic data, photographs and audio-visual materials, games and thought experiments, as well as to a site designed to help kids think like physicists.
Albert Einstein Online
An extensive collection of online resources including links to biographies in several languages, Einstein's papers, physics sites, and photographs.
The companion Web site to the NOVA program "Einstein Revealed," originally broadcast in October, 1996. This two-hour special presents a penetrating profile of Albert Einstein, who contributed more than any other scientist to our modern vision of physical reality.
Einstein: Image and Impact
An online exhibit produced by the American Institute of Physics's Center for History of Physics.
Einstein's Wife: The Life of Mileva Maric Einstein
The PBS presentation of Einstein's Wife consists of a one-hour documentary film and companion Web site. These tandem features explore the historical facts of Mileva Maric's life, and examine her dual roles as Albert Einstein's domestic and scientific partner. Given these facts, each observer must then decide, on their own, whether or not Einstein robbed Maric of her due.
Einstein Archives Online
The Einstein Archives Online Website provides the first online access to Albert
Einstein’s scientific and non-scientific manuscripts held by the Albert Einstein Archives at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and to an extensive Archival Database, constituting the material record of one of the most influential intellects in the modern era.
American Museum of Natural History
Companion website to the November 2002 - July 2003 Einstein exhibition.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1921
"for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect."