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Jun 18, 2018
Stephen Hawking's ashes lie among the science greats Charles Darwin and Isaac NewtonHawking was interred in the abbey's Scientists' Corner, beneath a stone inscribed: "Here lies what was mortal of Stephen Hawking'' .
May 14, 2018
Time travelers from the future are invited to Stephen Hawking's memorial service in Westminster AbbeyLondon blogger IanVisits was among those who noticed that the application allows people born more than 20 years into the future to come.
Mar 21, 2018
Stephen Hawking's ashes to be buried near graves of Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin at Westminster AbbeyStephen Hawking's ashes will be buried near the graves of fellow British scientists Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin at Westminster Abbey, it was announced on Tuesday
Dec 11, 2017
Isaac Newton's wall drawings in his childhood home discovered by scientistsThe drawing is thought to have been inspired by the building of a mill nearby during Newton's childhood.
Sep 22, 2017
Newton: How Rajkummar Rao's film is a subtle nod to the scientist's infallible theoriesAn analysis on how Sir Isaac Newton's theories on gravity and optics find their philosophical counterparts in Rajkummar Rao's character of Newton Kumar.
Apr 08, 2015
RSS strikes again: 'Foreigners' Isaac Newton, Akbar the great to be chucked out of Rajasthan text booksThe RSS campaign to purge the Indian education system of all 'foreign' influences is due to get a huge boost in Rajasthan, where moves are underway to effectively rewrite 6.5 crore textbooks in the state.
Feb 13, 2015
Science meet in Goa: Before Newton, Kerala's Madhava gave key mathematical conceptsAfter suggesting that the Pythagorean theorem had its roots in India, scientists at a national science conference now appear to have stolen Isaac Newton's thunder too.
Sep 22, 2014
Newton didn't give second law of motion, says new paper by Indian officialIn Isaac Newton's time, the terms "acceleration" and "second derivative" did not exist, so he could not have the second law of motion, says a research paper by an Indian author.