### Davide Castelvecchi reviews a hefty biography of the prolific Enlightenment luminary Leonhard Euler.

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Discover the brilliance of Leonhard Euler and his groundbreaking contributions to the fields of mathematics and science. Dive into his life, achievements, and enduring legacy, and be inspired by his remarkable intellect and problem-solving abilities.

Davide Castelvecchi reviews a hefty biography of the prolific Enlightenment luminary Leonhard Euler.

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The Google doodle for April 16, 2013 honors physicist and mathematician Leonhard Euler, whose 306th birthday is today. Learn more on EarthSky.

Wilfredo Ortiz Rodriguez

30x20cm (12x8 inch) Print. XEE4115169 Portrait of LA©on (Leonhard) Euler (1707 - 1783), Swiss mathematician - in " Album of Science; illustrious scientists; Great discoveries" 1896. by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Portrait of LA©on (Leonhard) Euler (1707 - 1783), Swiss mathematician - in " Album of Science; illustrious scientists; Great discoveries" 1896.); Stefano Bianchetti; French, out of copyright. bianchettinum, knowledge, learned, mathematician…

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Painting of Leonhard Euler (1707 - 1783) by artist Johann Georg Brucker. Euler is widely regarded as the greatest mathematician of all time.

Tony Sharp

Leonhard Euler, Swiss mathematician and physicist, one of the founders of pure mathematics. He not only made formative contributions to the subjects of geometry, calculus, mechanics, and number theory but also developed methods for solving problems in astronomy and demonstrated practical applications of mathematics.

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A long and winding road with the destination being what is probably the most important number in Mathematics.

Peter James

Leonhard Euler

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Leonhard Euler

Angela Velasco

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Euler is easily the most prolific mathematician of all time. The range and volume of his output is simply staggering. He published over 850 papers, almost all of substantial length, and more than 25 books and treatises. In 1907 the Swiss Academy of Sciences established the Euler Commission with the charge of publishing the complete body of work consisting of all of his papers, manuscripts, and correspondence. This project, known as Opera Omnia, began in 1911 and is still ongoing. His…

John Rae