Isaac Newton was born on Christmas Day of the year 1642 at Woolsthorpe Manor in Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth. He went to school in The King’s School in Grantham and was never married.
He became top of his class and went on for a scholarship in Trinity College in Cambridge. During his time there, he generalized the binomial theorem and developed calculus.
In the middle of his life, Newton was a mathematician, whose work advanced mathematic to a new level. He also contributed to optical knowledge, having discovered that color is properly intrinsic to light. Moreover, he studied mechanics and gravitation, among many to others.
Newton was knighted by Queen Anne in the year 1705. He died in his sleep in London on March 20, 1727. His body was then buried in Westminster Abbey.
Sir Isaac Newton was an English physicist and mathematician. He was recognized as one of the most influential people of all time as well as a key figure in scientific revolution. His Philosophia Nautralis Principia Mathematics was both intriguing and a very important manuscript even up to this time.