Step 1: Open Your Lab Notebook. Step 2: Daydream. | GenomeWeb

You could certainly make the argument that the world doesn't really need another book about Albert Einstein, but here comes one anyway. Walter Isaacson, author of the upcoming Einstein: His Life and Universe, writes an op-ed piece for the LA Times about the fabled scientist.

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