To Dr. Hooke must also be credited the invention of that delicate but efficient device, the hair-spring balance for watches.
An Hooke to pull boughs to you is necessary, breake no boughes.
Its duplicity was detected by Dr. Hooke while watching the passage of a comet near the star in 1664.
Another had halfe a moneths minde to Ouid and his Hooke nose.
They set up a much more delicate piece of apparatus than Hooke had employed.The instrument.
Give an illustration of Hooke's Law from your own experience.
That Hooke got a large sum of money for writing her Apology.
The paragraph enclosed in square brackets is Hooke's autograph.
No sooner was the Principia put than Hooke put in his claims for priority.
But this seems almost as inadmissible as that of Hooke, before related.
English physicist, inventor, and mathematician who contributed to many aspects of science. With Robert Boyle he demonstrated that both combustion and respiration require air and that sound does not travel in a vacuum. Hooke studied plants and other objects under microscopes and was the first to use the word cell to describe the patterns he observed. He also identified fossils as a record of changes among organisms on the planet throughout history.