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Godfrey Harold Hardy

1877-1947

English mathematician known for his work on the Fourier series and the Riemann zeta function. He studied mathematics at Cambridge; his happiest years, however, were spent at Oxford, where he was Savilian Professor of Geometry. Hardy received numerous awards, including the prestigious Fellow of the Royal Society. He later returned to Cambridge, where he died in 1947.

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