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Isaac Newton (1642 - 1727) Made by: Tanya Kobzeva
Isaac Newton born in the town of Woolsthorpe England. He was one of the world’s greatest scientists. He did research in mathematics, physics, astronomy and many other fields. He worked on his family’s farm but was not really interested in farming.
Newton did most of his scientific work at Cambridge, where he was a professor for many years. Between 1670 and 1672 he studied optics. As a result Newton showed that a prism could decompose white light into a spectrum of colors. Newton also devoted a great deal of his life to alchemy. As legend has it Newton developed the theory of gravitation when he watched an apple that fell from the tree.
Isaac Newton made a lot of discoveries in mathematics, physics, astronomy and other sciences. One of the most famous books of Newton is Philosophie Naturalis Principia Mathematica. It was published in 1687. There are a lot of discoveries in this book including universal gravitation and three laws of motion. The first practical reflecting telescope was also invented by Newton. It is also known that in 1701 Isaac Newton was a member of the Parliament of England.
The statue of Isaac Newton in Trinity College, Cambridge