Michael Faraday’s father was a poverty-stricken blacksmith who worked in the village of Newington in Surrey, England and the family hardly ever had enough to eat.
Due to money constraints, Faraday had to leave school at the age of 13. Initially, he ran errands for different people to earn money. By the time he turned 14, he apprenticed with a book-binder in London.
Michael Faraday attended several of scientist Humphry Davy’s lectures. After taking brilliant notes at one of the lectures, which Davy happened to read, he started assisting the great scientist in his work.
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