Einstein Legacy Project
It's been 100 years since Albert Einstein created the General Theory of Relativity. To honor his intellect and vision we present 'The Albert Einstein Foundation.' To celebrate this historic milestone, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, to whom Einstein bequeathed his estate in 1955, is embarking on a number of global initiatives. The goal of these initiatives is to inspire a new generation of scientists, leaders and humanitarians to draw upon Einstein’s exemplary spirit and bring fresh thinking to the problems facing our world. Current projects include: The Einstein Archive and Visitor Center The first and only institution to celebrate the life, history and vision of Albert Einstein. Built around the unique collection of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where Einstein bequeathed his entire personal archive, the archive will be a global attraction dedicated to science and humanitarian ideals. Genius: 100 Visions Of The Future A once-in-a-century publishing event with the world’s greatest thinkers in Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Literature, The Arts, Entrepreneurship and more sharing their visions for the future in the world’s first 3D-printed book. Dinner of the Century An incredible private evening, September 9, 2017 at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. with the greatest thinkers of our time. Attendance will be strictly limited to the 100 Genius contributors and the equally visionary sponsors. The STEM Summit The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and The Smithsonian Institution will co-host a STEM Summit on September 10, 2017 in Washington, DC. The summit will serve to showcase the incredible innovation and scientific work of both institutions and allow the attendees to hear from some of the leading scientific minds and innovators on the planet.