The next big cure or how better to fight cancer? These are today’s challenges, but what about back in the 11th & 12th Centuries?
TalentHunt 360’s founder and CEO Gurmeet Bambrah, PhD gives you an idea about science, mathematics and their roots in England to Italy.
“Antecedents to scientific thought4 are found in 11th and 12th centuries when ideas of ancient Greek philosophers were wed into a new body of living beliefs. These are also encountered in Arabic science and mathematics that found their way to Oxford in England and to Padua in Italy by the 12th century. Scientific discovery derived from a systematic approach to the physical sciences that combined with practical applications of science led to modern engineering. Galileo’s Two New Sciences describes the scientific approach to practical problems. This is regarded as a landmark of the beginning of structural analysis, mathematical representation and design of building structures by many historians of modern engineering.”
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