Our warmest thanks to the following, who in various ways have been of great assistance to the Newton Project since its inception.

The Science Museum Library, Imperial College Road, South Kensington, London, for generously allowing us to borrow microfilms of Newton’s manuscripts.

The departments of Computing Science and Computer Services at Imperial, particularly Dr Stefan Rueger of the former, and Tom Weil and Sinclair Budd of the latter, for patient and helpful advice and support in the early years of the project.

The Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, who first organised our catalogue into database form, especially Joanne Evans.

Michael Pidd of Academy Electronic Publications for producing our prototype DTD and stylesheet and for much informal advice and encouragement.

The Newton Project Canada and its director Stephen Snobelen, for sharing their own transcriptions with us and for valuable editorial input and practical support.

The Centre for History of Science, Technology and Medicine at Imperial College London for hosting us from 2000 to 2006.

The Department of Information and Technology Services at Sussex, particularly Mark Foster (University Webmaster) and Jane Major (Project Manager) for help in transferring the project to Sussex and the University of Sussex for hosting us from 2007 to 2016.

Edward Rendel for help migrating the project to Oxford and the History Faculty, University of Oxford for hosting us from autumn 2016 onwards.

The Master and Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge for permission to reproduce the image of the Roubiliac statue of Isaac Newton from Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge.

Last but by no means least, all the visitors to the site who have contacted us with comments, criticisms, queries and corrections.

© 2024 The Newton Project

Professor Rob Iliffe
Director, AHRC Newton Papers Project

Scott Mandelbrote,
Fellow & Perne librarian, Peterhouse, Cambridge

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