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Read the longer biography of Ada Lovelace  by Suw Charman-Anderson, taken from our book, A Passion for Science: Stories of Discovery and Invention , but for a short overview of her life and achievements, read on! 

The woman most often known as ‘Ada Lovelace’ was born Ada Gordon in 1815, sole child of the brief and tempestuous marriage of the erratic poet George Gordon, Lord Byron, and his mathematics-loving wife Annabella Milbanke.

Fearing that Ada would inherit her father’s volatile ‘poetic’ temperament, her mother raised her under a strict regimen of science, logic, and mathematics. Ada herself from childhood had a fascination with machines– designing fanciful boats and steam flying machines, and poring over the diagrams of the new inventions of the Industrial Revolution that filled the scientific magazines of the time.

Read the longer biography of Ada Lovelace  by Suw Charman-Anderson, taken from our book, A Passion for Science: Stories of Discovery and Invention , but for a short overview of her life and achievements, read on! 

The woman most often known as ‘Ada Lovelace’ was born Ada Gordon in 1815, sole child of the brief and tempestuous marriage of the erratic poet George Gordon, Lord Byron, and his mathematics-loving wife Annabella Milbanke.

Fearing that Ada would inherit her father’s volatile ‘poetic’ temperament, her mother raised her under a strict regimen of science, logic, and mathematics. Ada herself from childhood had a fascination with machines– designing fanciful boats and steam flying machines, and poring over the diagrams of the new inventions of the Industrial Revolution that filled the scientific magazines of the time.

Augusta Ada King-Noel, Countess of Lovelace (née Byron; 10 December 1815 – 27 November 1852) was an English mathematician and …

19.06.2017  · Who was Ada ? Who was Ada Lovelace ... She is generally called Ada Lovelace , which is a little incorrect but saves confusion! She had three children. in ...

05.04.2017  · Brain Pickings remains free (and ad ... Countess of Lovelace — better known as Ada Lovelace ... the little girl who had once dreamt of flying grew up to ...

Author Sydney Padua unleashes the genius of Ada Lovelace ,  the talented mathematician and daughter of Lord Byron, in her hilarious new graphic novel "The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace & Babbage: The (Mostly) True Story of the First Computer," and imagines what if Lovelace and inventor Charles Babbage , the "father of computing," lived on and used their collective brain power to. . fight crime? 

Lovelace was just a teenager when she met Babbage at a demonstration of a model of his Difference Engine. She would later translate a description of Babbage’s plans for his mechanical calculating machine, adding copious annotations including the first appearance of the general computing theory, 100 years before an actual computer was built. 

The meeting of their brilliant minds didn't lead to any breakthroughs during their lifetime: Lovelace died of cancer a decade after publishing her paper, and Babbage never built any of his machines. But in Padua's historical fantasy, which releases today, many thrilling adventures await...

Read the longer biography of Ada Lovelace  by Suw Charman-Anderson, taken from our book, A Passion for Science: Stories of Discovery and Invention , but for a short overview of her life and achievements, read on! 

The woman most often known as ‘Ada Lovelace’ was born Ada Gordon in 1815, sole child of the brief and tempestuous marriage of the erratic poet George Gordon, Lord Byron, and his mathematics-loving wife Annabella Milbanke.

Fearing that Ada would inherit her father’s volatile ‘poetic’ temperament, her mother raised her under a strict regimen of science, logic, and mathematics. Ada herself from childhood had a fascination with machines– designing fanciful boats and steam flying machines, and poring over the diagrams of the new inventions of the Industrial Revolution that filled the scientific magazines of the time.

Augusta Ada King-Noel, Countess of Lovelace (née Byron; 10 December 1815 – 27 November 1852) was an English mathematician and …

19.06.2017  · Who was Ada ? Who was Ada Lovelace ... She is generally called Ada Lovelace , which is a little incorrect but saves confusion! She had three children. in ...

05.04.2017  · Brain Pickings remains free (and ad ... Countess of Lovelace — better known as Ada Lovelace ... the little girl who had once dreamt of flying grew up to ...




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