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The scientific genius who eschewed fame: remembering Thomas Harriot, 400 years on

By Robyn Arianrhod, Adjunct Senior Research Fellow , School of Mathematical Sciences, Monash University
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The English astronomer and navigator Thomas Harriot died in 1621, leaving behind 8,000 pages of notes containing a trove of unpublished scientific discoveries.

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