Newton doesn’t mean that British Physics can survive without the EU, despite what Brexiters might claim.
The other day I came across the following tweet
— Rebekah Higgitt (@beckyfh) March 10, 2016
The link is to an excellent piece about the history of European science which I recommend reading; as I do with this one.
I won’t pretend to be a historian but I can’t resist a comment from my perspective as a physicist. I am currently teaching a
course module called Theoretical Physics which brings together some fairly advanced mathematical techniques and applies them to (mainly classical) physics problems. It’s not a course on the history of physics, but thenever I mention a new method or theorem I always try to say something about the person who gave it its name. In the course of teaching this module, therefore, I have compiled…
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