Godfrey Harold Hardy - Research Article from Science and Its Times

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1877-1947

English mathematician who left his mark in the field of population genetics in addition to mathematics. He is known for his development of the Hardy-Weinberg law, which dictates the transmission of dominant and recessive genetic traits in large populations. The law bears his name with that of Wilhelm Weinberg because they developed their ideas concurrently, yet independent of each other. Hardy is best known as a prominent figure in the field of mathematical analysis.

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