Sir Isaac Newton did not have any children, nor did he ever marry. He was a loner and did not interact a great deal with students, collaborators or friends.
Born in 1643, Newton spend a great deal of his 84-year life without much company. His father, an illiterate farmer, died before Newton was born. When he was 3 years old, Newton's mother remarried and left him with his grandmother for nine years. Upon the death of his stepfather, Newton's mother removed him from school to work the family farm. Lacking an interest and talent for farming, Newton soon returned to his studies and continued the education that led him to make great advances in mathematics and science.Learn More
Sir Isaac Newton attended the King's School until he was 17 and then went to the University of Cambridge, Trinity College. He was an English mathematician, physicist, philosopher and astronomer. Newton is best known for his development of the laws of gravitation and for his influential work, "Philosophiae Naturalis Principa Mathematica."Full Answer >
Sir Isaac Newton never married and did not have any children. According to Biography.com, the English mathematician and physicist, who was known for his law of gravitation, died on March 31, 1727, at the age of 85.Full Answer >
Isaac Newton, one of the most famous and influential scientists in history, may not have been knighted for his seminal contributions to the field of science, as most people might think. Rather, the knighting of the renowned English physicist and mathematician was likely connected with political considerations.Full Answer >
It is generally accepted that Sir Isaac Newton published eight major works in his lifetime. Additionally, four major works were published posthumously. This count is open to scholarly debate, as, at the time of writing, there were multiple variations and drafts available.Full Answer >