The Royal Society is a group of scientists who share and publish their ideas about various topics. It was founded in 1660 after a lecture by Christopher Wren. They got the royal seal of approval by King Charles II.
Who was a member of the Royal Society?
Many famous scientists have joined the Royal Society over the years, including Issac Newton, James Cook and James Chadwick. They call their members “fellows.”
What does the Royal Society do?
They share scientific ideas with other members and publish them so the world can see them.