30-Second Einstein: The 50 Fundamentals of His Work, Life and Legacy, Each Explained in Half a Minute

Author(s): Brian Clegg

Science & Nature

The 50 fundamentals of his work, life and legacy, each explained in half a minute Spend 30 seconds a day in the company of a colossus from the world of science, and you will soon have his whole story-both his scientific attainments and his extraordinary life-in your head. Einstein was not only an unparalleled scientific genius, but also a human rights campaigner, a political activist, and the iconic archetype of the mad professor. Is it any wonder that he continues to fascinate scientists and non-scientists alike? 30-Second Einstein will show you why at approximately the speed of light. *An internationally bestselling series presents essential concepts in a mere 30 seconds, 300 words, and one image *Einstein's complex life and theories, explained concisely and without jargon *The quickest way to understand einstein's starring role in the history of science

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Brian Clegg (Cambridge, UK) consultant editor, read Natural Sciences, focusing on experimental physics, at Cambridge University. He has written for Nature, The Times, and the Wall Street Journal and lectured at Oxford, Cambridge, and the Royal Institution. He is editor of the book review site popularscience.co.uk, and his publications include A Brief History of Infinity and How To Build a Time Machine

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  • : 9781782403876
  • : The Ivy Press
  • : The Ivy Press
  • : August 2016
  • : 230mm X 180mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : September 2016
  • : books

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