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Sir Isaac Newton PRS MP (25 December 1642 – 20 March 1727 [NS: 4 January 1643 – 31 March 1727]) was an English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist...

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  • From sea clocks to antibiotics: how the Longitude Prize became about the ...

      News Source: The Conversation | 4 days ago
    The British public voted for the £10m Longitude Prize to go towards funding scientific research to solve the urgent global problem of rising resistance to antibiotics. The problem of bacterial resistance threatens to return us to a pre-penicillin age
  • UK space shot's tribute to Newton

      News Source: BBC | 12 days ago
    Tim Peake mission name pays tribute to Isaac Newton Science correspondent, BBC News British astronaut Tim Peake has named his mission into space after a book by Sir Isaac Newton. Principia - refers to Newton's book of mathematical principles
  • How strong is gravity? Scientists devise new way to measure.

      News Source: Christian Science Monitor | 1 month ago
    First postulated by Isaac Newton, the gravitational constant is thought to be a fundamental feature of our cosmos...June 27, 2014 Using a novel measurement technique, scientists in Italy have come up with a new way to measure the gravitational
  • The Queen's new carriage that's a mobile museum of our history

      News Source: Mail Online UK | 1 month ago
    Wood from Newton's apple tree...And despite having travelled by Concorde, Royal Yacht, elephant and South Sea canoe, the Queen has never been carried in anything quite like the transport which will take her to today's State Opening of Parliament.
  • Americans no Longer Live in a Scientific Society

      News Source: Canadian Free Press | 2 months ago
    This means that in the place of careful analysis, unbiased study, or scientific experimentation, meant to purify society with reliable factsour leaders misuse science as another tool of propaganda to influence public opinion. In case after case,
  • Hallelujah! Why Bill Viola's Martyrs altarpiece at St Paul's is to die for

      News Source: The Guardian | 2 months ago
    Click to view full image Bill Viola has created a powerful modern altarpiece for St Paul's Cathedral that perfectly suits the restrained spirituality of this most English of churches. Coming into Christopher Wren's great building on a weekday morning
  • Daydream for a more productive life

      News Source: CNN | 2 months ago
    Though Protestant work ethic-driven Americans have tended to worry about the devil holding sway in idle time, it turns out idle time is crucial for creativity, innovation and breakthrough thinking...Neuroscience is finding that when we are idle, our
  • What is Newton's second law of motion?

      News Source: The Guardian | 3 months ago
    Isaac Newton 's laws of motion were first set down in his Principia Mathematica Philosophiae Naturalis in 1687. The first law states that an object will stay at rest or move with a constant velocity, unless it is acted upon by an external force. The

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