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1527 – Born on July 13th in London, England. English mathematician, natural philosopher, and student of the occult. 1542-1546 – Dee entered St. John’s College, Cambridge, in 1542, where he earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree; he also was made a fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, on its founding. 1547-1551 – Dee furthered ..

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1845 – Born on the 9th of July in Down House, the 2nd son and fifth child of Charles and Emma Darwin.   1883 – Became Plumian Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy at Cambridge University.   He studied tidal forces involving the Sun, Moon, and Earth, and formulated the fission theory of Moon formation. ..

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1717 – Born in Paris, on the 16th of November, d’Alembert was the illegitimate child of the writer Claudine Guérin de Tencin and the chevalier Louis-Camus Destouches, an artillery officer.   1739 – At the age of twelve he entered the jansenist Collège des Quatre-Nations.   1735 – Graduated bachelier in philosophy, law, and the ..

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1947 – Born on the 1st of April. 1982 – Alain Connes was awarded the Fields Medal. 1983 – Fields Medal. 2001 – Crafoord Prize. – The Crafoord Prize. 2004 – The gold medal of the CNRS. – He is a member of the French Academy of Sciences and several foreign academies and societies, including ..

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         – The fifth Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University, is a relative unknown in the history of the field.          – Before Colson came to Cambridge, he had been the master at a mathematical school at Rochester. He was first educated at Christ Church Oxford, but never graduated. 1713 – He ..

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1903 – Born in Washington, DC on the 14th of June. 1924 – He received a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University. 1929 – Professor of mathematics and philosophy at Princeton University.          – Discoverer and eponym of Church’s theorem.          – Co-developer and co-eponym of Church Turing thesis.          – Developer and ..

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1552 – He was born on the 15th of April.          – He taught mathematics and astronomy and also worked on military problems.          – His work included the development of continued fractions and a method for their representation. 1588 – He discovered the sixth and seventh Mersenne primes . 1626 – He ..

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1821 – Born on August 16th in Richmond, Surrey, England. English mathematician and leader of the British school of pure mathematics that emerged in the 19th century. 1828 – He was educated at a small private school in Blackheath, followed by the three-year course at King’s College, London. 1838 – Cayley entered Trinity College, Cambridge. ..

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