Stephen Hawking Birthday (January 8th)

Stephen Hawking Birthday (January 8th)

Stephen Hawking

Stephen William Hawking is born on 8th January, 1942. Stephen Hawking is a British Theoretical Physicist. Stephen Hawking is studied CBE, FRS, FRSA, CH

Stephen Hawking Childhood:

Dr. Frank Hawking, a research biologist, is the father of Stephen Hawking. Stephen Hawking’s mother is Isobel Hawking, a political activist. Stephen Hawking has two sisters Philippa and Mary, and one espoused Brother Edward.

Stephen Hawking Education Life:

Stephen Hawking and his family is changed to St Albans in Hertfordshire in 1950. Stephen Hawking is joined in St Albans High School for Girls for the academic year 1950-1953. Stephen Hawking is joined in St Albans School at the eleventh year. Stephen Hawking is joined in University College, Oxford to study mathematics. In 1962, Stephen Hawking received B.A. Degree from Oxford University. Stephen Hawking is resided at the Oxford to study astronomy.

Stephen Hawking is moved to Trinity Hall, Cambridge, for the study of theoretical astronomy and cosmology. After, Stephen Hawking is begun to rising symptoms of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease), a type of motor neuron disease. Stephen Hawking is helped with Dennis William Sciama, a doctoral tutor, to control the disease on his Ph.D. research. And after Stephen Hawking is gained Ph.D., he is the first Research Fellow from the University. Later Stephen Hawking is also a Professorial Fellow at Gonville and Caius College.

Stephen Hawking Awards and honours:

 

In 1975, Stephen Hawking was awarded the ‘Eddington Medal’.

  • In 1976, Stephen Hawking was awarded the ‘Hughes Medal of the Royal Society’.
  • In 1979, Stephen Hawking was awarded the ‘Albert Einstein Medal’.
  • In 1982, Stephen Hawking was honoured the ‘Order of the British Empire (Commander)’.
  • In 1985, Stephen Hawking was awarded the ‘Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society’.
  • In 1986, Stephen Hawking was honoured a ‘Member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences’.
  • In 1988, Stephen Hawking was awarded the ‘Wolf Prize in Physics’.
  • In 1989, Stephen Hawking was awarded the ‘Prince of Asturias Awards in Concord’.
  • In 1989, Stephen Hawking was honoured the ‘Companion of Honour’.
  • In 1999, Stephen Hawking was awarded the ‘Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize of the American Physical Society’.
  • In 2003, Stephen Hawking was awarded the ‘Michelson Morley Award of Case Western Reserve University’.
  • In 2006, Stephen Hawking was awarded the ‘Copley Medal of the Royal Society’.

Stephen Hawking Marriage Life:

Stephen Hawking married Jane Wilde in 1965. They had three children, Robert, Lucy, and Timothy. Jane Wilde divorced Stephen in 1991. After, Stephen Hawking married Elaine Mason, a nurse. Stephen Hawking divorced his second wife Elaine in 1995.

Stephen Hawking sickness:

Stephen Hawking is suffered from paralysis because of the ALS. Stephen Hawking is unable to get out of bed since 1974. Stephen Hawking is suffered from pneumonia in 1985. And Stephen Hawking have a tracheotomy, and unable to speak by no means. Stephen Hawking first wife Jane Wilde protected him until 1991. After, she separated with Stephen. Stephen Hawking is disabled by motor neuron disease. Stephen Hawking is slowly lost the use of his arms, legs, and voice. Now, Stephen Hawking is totally paralyzed.

Stephen Hawking – Now:

On 20 April, 2009, Cambridge University declares, “Stephen Hawking was very ill with a chest infection, and had been admitted to Addenbrooke's Hospital”. "He is comfortable and his family is looking forward to him making a full recovery," A famous British mathematician and physicist, Stephen Hawking is affected a chest infection and he is seriously ill, but wants to make full revitalization.

A spokesman for Cambridge University, says, "Professor Hawking is being kept in for observation at Addenbrooke's hospital this morning, he is comfortable and his family is looking forward to him making a full recovery." Neil Turok, Perimeter director and chair of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge, says, “Stephen has been very loyal to Cambridge He could have gone anywhere he wanted. … Sometimes [Cambridge] does not seem to appreciate how lucky it is. The British government and Cambridge are in danger of neglecting basic scientific research, which is a mistake. It is a recipe for dull science.”