Gilbert of Colchester and Wingfield House

@article{Gf1952GilbertOC,
  title={Gilbert of Colchester and Wingfield House},
  author={Gainsborough Gf},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1952},
  volume={170},
  pages={719-719}
}
DR. WILLIAM GILBERT, who wrote the celebrated treatise, “De Magnete”, and who was physician to Queen Elizabeth I and president of the College of Physicians, lived and worked in London in a “capital messuage or mansion” called Wingfield House. There, in a bachelor establishment, he gathered about himself a group of students of the new learning and developed the scientific method of inductive reasoning, his “new sort of philosophising”, which he applied to experiments on magnetism and static… Expand
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