The Albert Einstein Foundation: Honouring 100 years of his Theory of Relativity

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world."

It has been over 100 years since Albert Einstein created the General Theory of Relativity. To celebrate this historic milestone, the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University has embarked on a global project to honour the life and legacy of Albert Einstein and to identify and inspire the next generation of brilliant minds on the planet.

100 Visions Projects Include:

Genius: 100 Visions Of The Future
A once-in-a-century publishing event with the world’s greatest minds in fields ranging from science and technology to arts and education sharing their visions for the future in the world’s first 3D-printed book. Genius will therefore represent a collective vision of humanity, designed by renowned artist Ron Arad and shaped in the likeness of Einstein himself.
A Century of Genius
A historic event in Montreal, Canada September 9th -10th, 2017 that brought together some of the greatest minds, innovators and influencers on the planet. The Dinner celebrated the life and legacy of Albert Einstein, honoured the great minds of our day, and inspired a new generation of young Einsteins and creative thinkers.
Genius 100: Innovation Summit
Leaders in the fields of science, art, literature, business, education and more shared their vision of the next 100 years during this once-in-a-lifetime speaker series. The Genius 100: Innovation Summit was an integral part of the Celebrating a Century of Genius weekend.
Innovation Youth Forum
The days preceding the Celebrating a Century of Genius weekend featured a unique youth summit designed to inspire the next generation of genius through a series of events celebrating Einstein’s spirit, innovation and education in Canada, including a symposium that showcased visionaries from the Genius: 100 Visions of the Future 3D-printed book. The event also marked the official launch of The Quantum Leap Experiment.