The E=MC2 pages. (via Einstein Archives Online)
Anyone who is a fan of Albert Einstein will be excited to hear, over 80,000 digital scans of his documents are available to all of the public with access to the internet, right now. This is all due to the effort of the Polonsky Foundation UK. The foundation hopes to have Einstein's complete body of work finished by the end of 2012.
After Einstein's death in 1955, he left the rights to all his documents and his image to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. They launched the project on March 19, 2012 to photograph all of his groundbreaking scientific research, such as papers on his Theory of Relativity, along with non-scientific papers such as letters to family, fans, and his lady acquaintances. In addition, the archive will be easily navigated using a search engine with options such as search filters.
Einstein is considered one of the greatest scientists of all time. He revolutionized the scientific world and won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921. These new publications will allow anyone who wants a deeper understanding of the genius, access to his personal life and work.