The Atomic Energy Inventor – Albert Einstein
presented by Foong Mun Lock
The Atomic Energy Inventor, Albert Einstein
Presented by (Student Name): Foong Mun Lock
Robot Name: The Atomic Energy Robot
Building Concept: Connection of gear motor and battery.
Function: When the switched is turned on, it will keep turn around.
Albert Einstein Story
Albert Einstein was born in March 1879 and died in April 1955. Einstein did not begin speaking until age of two. When Albert Einstein was 5 years old, his father gave him a compass and that compass inspired him to explore the world of science. By sixteen years old he’d published his first scientific paper.
In 1990, he started teaching maths and physics The theory of special relativity was published by Einstein in 1905, in a paper called ” On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies”. E=mc2, also called the mass- energy equivalence, is one of the things that Einstein is most famous for.
The theory simply states that the speed of light (constant, c) is the fastest speed in the universe and relates energy (E) and mass(M). It’s talk about how time and distance can change due to the different speeds of an object and its observer. His Theory of Relativity is connected with the invention of the atomic bomb. He discovered that light is made up of small particles called photons and was awarded the Nobel Prize of Physics in 1921.