Price Center for Genetic and Translational Medicine/Harold and Muriel Block Research Pavilion--will usher in an era in which discoveries in Einstein
laboratories will be translated into clinical use that saves and extends lives throughout the world.
At Lincoln in 1946, Einstein
told a campus-wide audience, "My trip to this institution was on behalf of a worthwhile cause.
, I think, would be pleased but not surprised.
As Millikan's comment on Chaplin suggests, Einstein
and the Hollywood community were mutually star-struck, and Sinclair had his own connections with the film world.
would become a universally revered scientist--known in later life for his unruly mop of white hair and baggy sweaters--would have been hard to predict from his youth.
showed that by studying Brownian motion, you could use math to calculate the size of atoms in water molecules.
The FBI, he shows, collected data intended to be derogatory about Einstein
in an incredibly bungling and sloppy way for more than two decades.
Students enrolled at Einstein
may have been home schooled in the past, but they are now part of the public school system, she says.
It seems Piazza agreed with Bray's contention that she never had an enforceable contract with Einstein
Also decide this: should there be, to paraphrase Einstein
, even more contact between the federal government and the health care administrators who could have a profound "chain reaction in America"?
For example, presenting the attempt to reconcile the six days of creation with the fifteen billion years of the universe by invoking Einstein
's theory of relativity adds nothing to the understanding of Einstein
and detracts from the solid contribution made by J.
Born in Frankfurt, Einstein
fled Nazi Germany in 1933 and lived in France until 1955, when he moved to New Jersey.