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Born in 1642, Sir Isaac Newton is famous for creating the foundations of modern science and our understanding of how the universe works. Newton's remarkable range of discoveries include gravity, the three "Laws of Motion" that form the basis of modern physics, and a new type of maths called calculus. This book looks at Newton's life and work, and shows how his discoveries both changed society at the time and influenced people in the future. Part of the Extraordinary Scientists series.