Cambridge Publishes Newton’s Notebooks Online

Cambridge University have made available online what are dubbed as ‘some of the most important papers and documents in the history of science.

A number of Sir Isaac Newton’s notebooks have been digitised on the Cambridge University website, making the library now easily accessible on a global scale. Whilst most of the notes have been written in Latin and Greek, some have been written in English (including notes on Newton’s early mathematical thinking).

It’s only natural that the majority of documents kept at Cambridge would soon be digitised (including a large portion of Charles Darwin’s collection), but it’s still pretty mindblowing being able to see some of the original notes from the greatest minds ever.

You can see the published Newton Notes here

Thanks to BBC

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