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A searchable archive of Albert Einstein's writings — on politics, travel and science — is available online. The documents join a spate of new books that delve deeply into the scientist's life. Host Ira Flatow and guests explore the life and work of Albert Einstein, arguably the last century's most famous scientist.

Guests:

Thomas Levenson
* Television Producer (Emmy and Peabody Award Winner)
* Author, Einstein in Berlin (Bantam Books, 2003)
* Boston, Massachusetts

Barry Parker
* Author, Einstein: The Passions of a Scientist (Prometheus Books, 2003)
* Professor Emeritus, Physics
* Idaho State University
* Pocatello, Idaho

Peter L. Galison
* Mallinckrodt Professor of the History of Science and of Physics
* Department of the History of Science
* Harvard University
* Cambridge, Massachusetts

Diana Kormos Buchwald
* Associate Professor of History
* General Editor and Director
* The Einstein Papers Project
* California Institute of Technology
* Pasadena, California

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