Pascal's intellect helped him blaze trails in mathematics Blaise Pascal's mechanical calculator, the Pascaline, invented in 1642. / Museum of Arts and Sciences, Paris. In 1642, when he was 19, Blaise Pascal thought he would try to ease his father’s burdens.
June 20, 2013 - The Journal News
Greg Craven in Brisbane Times Professor Craven said he believed employers would also benefit, as "they want more than a calculator in a mortarboard".
David Miliband in France24 People can work out the impact of their actions and, with the tailored recommendations provided by the calculator, identify the best way to reduce their footprint,Environment Secretary David Miliband said at the launch.
Rafael Benitez in Sportinglife.com Benitez said: "We were aware before we played West Brom on Saturday that Manchester United had lost, but it was not something that we allowed to effect how we played. If you spend the whole time with a calculator considering what others are doing,...