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Born in 1452 in Tuscany, Leonardo da Vinci spent his life in the pursuit of knowledge and artistic expression. Now revered for his great works of art, such as the Mona Lisa and Salvator Mundi, da Vinci’s scientific notes suggest his thinking was hundreds of years ahead of his time.

He filled countless notebooks during his career, each bursting with observations about the natural world, the

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