The life of Isaac Newton

Events

Birth

1642

Moves for Grammar School

1654

Enters Trinity College

1661

Graduates with a Bachelor's Degree

1665

Moves to his mom's house

1665

Receives his Master's Degree

1668

Becomes Lucasian Professor of Mathematics

1669

Sends his reflecting telescope to the Royal Society

1671

Elected to the Royal Society

1672

Death of his mother

1679

The Principia was published

1687

Elected to Parliament

1689

Suffers a nervous breakdown

1693

Moves to London to work at the Mint

1696

Appointed master of the Mint

1699

Elected President of the Royal Society

1703

Publishes his research on optics

1704

Newton was Knighted

1705

The Royal society creates a committee to decide who invented Calculus

1712

Death of Isaac Newton

1727