In order to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein receiving the Nobel Prize, this exhibition displays installations and science toys related to Einstein’s scientific theories, demonstrates experiments with the help of imaging technology, and presents his principles. The exhibition splits into three parts. The first section displays a collection of Einstein’s private objects, such as photos and mails, from the archive of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Keio University Library, and such organizations to introduce Einstein’s teenage life and his experience of being invited to Japan at 1922.

2021.07.17-2021.10.10 Osaka Museum of Natural History, Japan
2021.03.20-2021.6.6 Nagoya City Science Museum, Japan

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