Einstein: His Life And Universe

May 14, 2008

What made Albert Einstein the genius that he was? Today on Focus, we're joined by biographer Walter Isaacson to talk about the life of the famous physicist whose greatest asset was his rebellious nature, his tendency to question everything, even that which was regarded as fact. Isaacson believes that this quality is essential to the modern scientific age, in which new and groundbreaking discoveries are so frequently based on creative solutions.

Guest Walter Isaacson (CEO of the Aspen Institute; author of Einstein: His Life and Universe)