Isaac Newton


Isaac Newton was born in Woolsthorpe Manor, England, United Kingdom on January 4th, 1643 and is the Physicist. At the age of 84, Isaac Newton biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 4, 1643
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Woolsthorpe Manor, England, United Kingdom
Death Date
Mar 31, 1727 (age 84)
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Alchemist, Astronomer, Chemist, Inventor, Mathematician, Non-fiction Writer, Philosopher, Physicist, Politician, Polymath, Theologian, Theoretical Physicist, University Teacher
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Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A., 1668)
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A genius idea! Sir Isaac Newton's descendant buys sapling from apple tree 'which inspired scientist's theory of gravity'... and reveals plan to plant it at the family's cider farm, October 29, 2023
Giles Wood, 68, from Dorset, bought the sapling at an auction held to raise money for Newton's childhood home Woolsthorpe Manor in Lincolnshire. He described buying the sapling as like securing a 'family heirloom' and said that he will grow it at his farm in Beaminster, Dorset. Mr Wood said he and his two sons were descendants of Newton's sister, Hannah, from his mother's side. Newton himself did not have any children. Legend has it that Newton was sat under the tree when he was hit on the head by a falling apple, inspiring his law of gravity. More than 350 years later Mr Wood has paid an undisclosed sum for the 3ft sapling taken from the famous tree at Newton's childhood home.

How the Sycamore Gap Tree could rise again: Scientists claim they have the technology to grow an IDENTICAL copy of the felled tree at Hadrian's Wall, October 7, 2023
When the Sycamore Gap Tree fell on September 28, hundreds of years of British history fell with it. In a single deliberate act, a landmark that has stood through two world wars, seven monarchs, and over 40 changes of Prime Minister was thoughtlessly destroyed. But it might not be lost forever, as scientists believe the historic tree could live on as a genetically identical clone. Through a technique called clonal propagation, it could be possible to save the Sycamore Gap Tree, allowing it to live on far into the future. What's more, similar techniques have already been to save culturally important trees in the past, including Isaac Newton's famous apple tree.

Who was Eunice Newton Foote and when did she die? Google Doodle celebrates American pioneer, July 17, 2023
Google is celebrating the birthday of Eunice Newton Foote with a colourful and interactive graphic doodle of the exceptional scientist. Today marks what would have been the 204th birthday of the American scientist who dedicated her life to understanding the natural world and pushing the boundaries of science.  The search engine hails her as the first person to discover the greenhouse effect, saying she 'planted the seed' of interest in climate change.