Where did Isaac Newton work?


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Isaac Newton worked as a professor at Cambridge University, held a seat in British Parliament and served as Master of the British Mint. In his early life, Newton attempted farming, but it did not suit him.

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Where did Isaac Newton work?
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Newton's work gained the attention of the mathematics community and led to a position at Cambridge University in 1669. Following the publication of his book "Principia," Newton's popularity led to new opportunities. In 1689, he won an election to parliament as the result of his increasing interest in public affairs. After several years in parliament, Newton attained his desired position: warden of the Mint.

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