Stephen Hawking Dies At 76: The World Mourns On Losing The Biggest Star Of Modern Science
It is the biggest loss for the mankind as one of the brightest stars in the field of science of present-day has abandoned us. The greatest scientist of present times Stephen Hawking passed away at his Cambridge home early on the March 14. The brilliant physicist enlightened many lives and created marvels in the world of Physics with his theories as well as his personality. Stay tuned to know the entire story about the great physicist.
Stephen William Hawking was an English theoretical physicist, cosmologist. Stephen Hawking is one the greatest mind of all time. Hawking was born in the Oxford on 8 January 1942.
Stephen Hawking’s School Time
Hawking started schooling at the Byron House School in Highgate, London. Although not very successful academically he was still famous as the ‘Einstein’ in his school. Hawking attended University College, Oxford, to study physics and chemistry.
Hawking’s Undergraduate And Graduate Years
Stephen Hawking started his undergrad study at University College, Oxford at age of 17 in 1959. Stephen Hawking also coxed a rowing crew in the University College Boat Club. During his graduate studies, he started facing problem due to the ALS.
Diagnosed With ALS
Stephen Hawking during his graduation year started having a problem like a fall on some stairs and difficulties when rowing. It was found that Stephen was suffering from a rare early-onset slow-progressing form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as motor neuron disease. Stay tuned for more about Stephen Hawking on the next page…