The brain of Albert Einstein can be downloaded as an application for 9.99 dollars. The exclusive iPad app, which will be launched on Tuesday, would make detailed images of Einstein's brain tissue more accessible to scientists than ever before.
According to the Age, a medical museum under development in Chicago obtained funding to scan and digitize nearly 350 fragile and priceless slides made from slices of Einstein's brain after his death in 1955.
The app has been designed by Steve Landers, a consultant for the National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago, the report said.
It would let researchers to peer into German-born theoretical physicist's brain as if they were looking through a microscope, it added.