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  1. 28/10/2010 · Babbage se convenció de que sus conocimientos de matemáticas eran superiores a los de sus maestros, así que junto con John Herschel, hijo de William Herschel (descubridor de Urano) y George Peacock entre otros, formaron la Sociedad Analítica para promover las matemáticas al estilo continental como el primer paso para la revolución tecnológica. .

  2. His eldest son, Benjamin Herschel Babbage, worked as an engineer for Brunel on the railways before emigrating to Australia in the 1850s. Babbage also invented an ophthalmoscope, which he gave to Thomas Wharton Jones for testing. Jones, however, ignored it.

  3. Charles Babbage (1791-1871) was born in Walworth, Surrey, on December 26, 1791. He was one of four children born to the banker Benjamin Babbage and Elizabeth Teape. He attended Trinity, Cambridge, in 1810 to study mathematics, graduated without honors from Peterhouse in 1814 and received an MA in 1817.

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  5. Salim Ali, one of the greatest ornithologists and naturalists of all time, is also known as the "birdman of India". He was one of the very first scientists to carry out systematic bird surveys in India and abroad.

  6. Sir Benjamin Baker (1840–1907), civil engineer, co-designer of the Forth Railway Bridge; William Baker (1817–1878), railway engineer; Joseph Bazalgette (1819–1891), civil engineer, best known for creating the London Sewer System, hence making the city a healthier place to live; James Beatty (1820–1856), railway engineer