Stephen Hawking’s archive and belongings to be preserved inside the UK

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The work of the late British scientist Stephen Hawking and the contents of his office will be preserved in the country, the British government has said. An agreement was signed on May 26 by the government, Cambridge University Library and the Science Museum Group. The agreement keeps Hawking’s archive of scientific and personal papers at the university library. The contents of his office — including his wheelchairs — will be kept in the collection of the Science Museum Group. Hawking shot to international fame with his 1988 book A Brief History of Time, but was already famous among scientists for his work on black holes. He died in March 2018 aged 76 after spending a lifetime probing the origins of the universe. He had suffered from a wasting motor neurone disease from age 21, and spoke using an electronic voice synthesizer. (Reuters) This article was provided by The Japan Times Alpha.

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