Sir Isaac Newton
By: Emmali Zimmerman
Life of Isaac Newton
Occupation's of Newton
From 12-17 Isaac Newton went to The King’s School, Grantham. In 1661 he went to Trinity College, Cambridge for work study. He then spent two years at home researching his theories on calculus, optics, and the law of gravitation.
How His Research Impacted Science
He impacted science by discovering gravity and how it works. He changed how telescopes are made by changing the lens because the lenses in his time were always fuzzy. A telescope is an instrument that collects electromagnetic radiation from the sky and concentrates it for better observation. He used telescopes in space which space is the region beyond the earth’s atmosphere.
How His Research Impacted Us
Isaac Newton impacted us by changing the way we see ordinary “white” light. It can be broken into other colors by shining the light through a prism. It creates the colors of the rainbow. The colors are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
How the Public Found Out
Isaac Newton published his own work and his own discoveries to the public himself. Some of his discoveries were his calculations. He even made a few books to show his work and his discoveries.