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# Sussex and Cambridge help to share Newton treasures with the world

14 December 2011

**Sussex and Cambridge help to share Newton treasures with the world**

**The original works of one of the greatest ever scientists – Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) –**

**have been made available to the world online thanks to a special project that involved the University of Sussex.**

Newton is widely recognised as the most innovative scientist the world has ever seen. His personal annotated copy of his

*Principia Mathematica*is among the notebooks and manuscripts now being made available online by Cambridge University Library , which holds the world’s largest collection of scientific works by Newton.

Visitors to the Cambridge Digital library and the University of Sussex Newton Project can see full transcriptions and extraordinary images of many of Newton’s most significant scientific and mathematical papers. They display the genesis of Newton’s foundational thinking in optics and mathematics.

The Newton Project is a collaborative editorial undertaking that aims to make freely available searchable transcriptions of all of Newton’s scientific and non-scientific writings by 2016.

The collaboration between the two universities has been funded by JISC as part of the Windows on Genius project. Researchers, students and interested members of the public are now able to zoom in to each page to explore the text in incredible detail and make use of the transcriptions to understand Newton’s mind – and handwriting.

Professor Rob Iliffe, who is Director of the AHRC-funded Newton Papers Project, says: “The publication of these foundational texts, thanks to funding from JISC, represents the result of a great deal of hard work put in by both the Cambridge and Sussex teams over the past year. It is a significant milestone in the work of the Newton Project, and with access to nearly five million words of Newton’s personal, scientific and religious writings, readers can now look at Newton’s creativity in its broadest contexts.”

The digitising of the Cambridge collection of Newton papers – the Foundations project – launches a bigger project that will see other famous collections, including the papers of Charles Darwin at the university, made available online.

University of Cambridge Librarian Anne Jarvis

**says: “Through our collaboration with the Newton Project at the University of Sussex, we’ve been able to provide superb transcriptions alongside the images of many of Newton’s manuscripts.”**

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