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Math, Physics and Chemistry? Have No Fear!
Albert and Mileva Einstein do a guest shot at the Ars Electronica Center’s Mediatheque to celebrate the International Year of Physics. The website http://www.yo-einstein.at provides help for students taking science courses.

The Ars Electronica Center – Museum of the Future offers five floors full of fun ways to present subject matter that can be a bit daunting at times. And the “u19 freestyle computing” competition currently underway offers young people another approach to getting gung-ho into computers. So, it’s no wonder that Ars Electronica has made a commitment to supporting “Yo Einstein,” a website that’s using the International Year of Physics as an opportunity to nurture interest in mathematics, physics and chemistry. For services, features and help in the natural sciences, log on to www.yo-einstein.at. Here, students taking these subjects will find just what they’re looking for—from homework assistance to suggested essay topics to brain-teasers and games. The Museum of the Future’s current guest stars are Albert and his wife Mileva—pictured here with Nicole and Magdalena.

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