Nutty Scientists of Southeast Michigan Celebrate Einstein's Birthday
Monday would have been Albert Einstein's 137th birthday. Though he is long gone (Einstein died in 1955), his work and scientific legacy remain an important part of everyday life -- whether we know it or not.
Scientist Kevin Schlosser started the Nutty Scientists of Southeast Michigan to help spread the word and continue Einstein's legacy by making science and learning fun for the next generation.
He visited Fox2 Sunday to demonstrate three of his favorite experiments.
Click here to learn more about the Nutty Scientists or visit their Facebook page.