HomeBookmark Info.comMake Info.com your HomepagePlugins Visit other Info sites:
Info.com - Your independent search platform...
WebTopics
ResearchJobsFlightsImagesVideosShopmore


Where is Albert Einstein's brain?

Learn the location of where Albert Einstein's brain is kept.

Albert Einstein is the founder of modern theoretical physics. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]
©Jupiter Images, 2009
Albert Einstein is the founder of modern theoretical physics.

Einstein was cremated after his death on April 18, 1955. The doctor who performed the autopsy removed Einstein's brain, part of which now rests in a bottle somewhere in Weston, Missouri. Albert Einstein (1879-1955) was the principal founder of modern theoretical physics; his theory of relativity (speed of light is a constant and not relative to the observer or source of light), and the relationship of mass and energy (E=MC2), fundamentally changed human understanding of the physical world. His stature as a scientist, together with his strong humanitarian stance on major political and social issues, made him one of the outstanding men of the 20th century.

Related articles

Search the Web

We are not lawyers or legal professionals, nor are we financial counselors or professionals. The content of this Web site is intended to provide general information and advice. Prior to making any legal or financial decision, you should consult a licensed professional. For more information see Terms of Service/Usage Agreement.
Home   |   About   |   Media Comments   |   Legal & Privacy Policy   |   Tell a friend   |   Contact
Copyright © 2012 Info.com – All Rights Reserved.