The Institute for Advanced Study was established in 1930. The Fuld Hall of the institute has a nicely designed dome with clocks in each side of the dome. The massive campus of this institute comprises almost 589 acres of woods, wetlands, and farmlands.
Einstein was associated with the Institute for Advanced Study until his demise in 1955. This institute is located in Princeton, New Jersey. Though he was eager to protect the Allied forces, he usually was against the idea of using the lethal nuclear fission which was discovered newly as a weapon. Afterward, Einstein signed a manifesto with the British scholar Bertrand Russell which featured the peril of atomic weapons. The manifesto is known as the Russell–Einstein Manifesto.
Niels Bohr met with Brigadier General Leslie R. Groves, Jr., the director of the Manhattan Project, on 8 December 1943, after arriving in Washington, D.C. He visited the Institute for Advanced Study to meet Einstein and Pauli.