30-Second Einstein provides you with a day in the company of a colossus from the world of science, and you will soon have his whole story —both his scientific attainments and his extraordinary life— in your head. With each page packed full of essential information, the 50 engaging entries get you to grips with his work, life, and legacy, from atom to atomic bomb, at approximately the speed of light.
About the Author
Editor Brian Clegg read Natural Sciences, focusing on experimental physics, at Cambridge University. He has written for Nature, The Times, and the Wall Street Journal and lectured at Oxford, Cambridge, and the Royal Institution. He is editor of the book review site www. popularscience.co.uk, and his publications include A Brief History of Infinity and How to Build a Time Machine.