41 Facts About Lucy Hawking

1. Lucy Hawking is as talented as her father and is the author of book George's Secret key to the Universe.

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2. Lucy Hawking left his chair after years, and was able to move around freely.

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3. Lucy Hawking claims that his engagement o Jane gave him a reason to live.

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4. Lucy Hawking was a member of the Advisory Board of the Starmus Festival, and had a major role in acknowledging and promoting science communication.

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5. At the 2016 Pride of Britain Awards, Lucy Hawking received the lifetime achievement award "for his contribution to science and British culture".

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6. Lucy Hawking received the 2015 BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Basic Sciences shared with Viatcheslav Mukhanov for discovering that the galaxies were formed from quantum fluctuations in the early Universe.

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7. Lucy Hawking has made major contributions to the field of general relativity.

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8. Lucy Hawking feared Donald Trump's policies on global warming could endanger the planet and make global warming irreversible.

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9. In June 2017, Lucy Hawking endorsed the Labour Party in the 2017 UK general election, citing the Conservatives' proposed cuts to the NHS.

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10. Lucy Hawking was greatly concerned over health care, and maintained that without the UK National Health Service, he could not have survived into his 70s.

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11. Lucy Hawking was born on the 300th anniversary of Galileo's death and died on the 139th anniversary of Einstein's birth.

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12. Lucy Hawking died at his home in Cambridge, England, early in the morning of 14 March 2018, at the age of 76.

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13. In August 2012, Lucy Hawking narrated the "Enlightenment" segment of the 2012 Summer Paralympics opening ceremony in London.

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14. Lucy Hawking had experienced increasing clumsiness during his final year at Oxford, including a fall on some stairs and difficulties when rowing.

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15. Lucy Hawking returned to Cambridge in 1975 to a new home and a new job, as reader.

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16. Lucy Hawking accepted, and Bernard Carr travelled with them as the first of many students who fulfilled this role.

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17. On 20 July 2015, Lucy Hawking helped launch Breakthrough Initiatives, an effort to search for extraterrestrial life.

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18. Lucy Hawking maintained his public profile, including bringing science to a wider audience.

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19. Lucy Hawking pursued his work in physics: in 1993 he co-edited a book on Euclidean quantum gravity with Gary Gibbons and published a collected edition of his own articles on black holes and the Big Bang.

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20. One of the first messages Lucy Hawking produced with his speech-generating device was a request for his assistant to help him finish writing A Brief History of Time.

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21. In 1979, Lucy Hawking was elected Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge.

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22. Lucy Hawking returned to Cambridge in 1975 to a more academically senior post, as reader in gravitational physics.

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23. Lucy Hawking was appointed to the Sherman Fairchild Distinguished visiting professorship at the California Institute of Technology in 1970.

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24. Lucy Hawking estimated that he studied about 1,000 hours during his three years at Oxford.

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25. Lucy Hawking began his schooling at the Byron House School in Highgate, London.

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26. In 2002, Lucy Hawking was ranked number 25 in the BBC's poll of the 100 Greatest Britons.

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27. Lucy Hawking was a fellow of the Royal Society, a lifetime member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, and a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States.

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28. In 2014, Stephen Lucy Hawking accepted the Ice-Bucket challenge, but due to severe pneumonia, he could not do it, so, his children did it on his behalf.

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29. In 1997, Stephen Lucy Hawking lost a bet to American Theoretical Physicist John Perskill about the concept of Black Holes, which stated that nothing can escape from a black hole, which was in violation to the fundamentals of quantum mechanics.

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30. In 1994 Stephen Lucy Hawking was part of the Star Trek: The Next Generation and in 1999 he appeared in The Simpson's episode of 'They Saved Lisa's Brain'.

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31. In the last years of their marriage Lucy Hawking left Jane for his nurse, Elaine Mason, who became his second wife.

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32. Lucy Hawking graduated from Oxford University, where she studied French and Russian.

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33. Lucy Hawking is survived by his three children, Robert, Lucy, and Tim.

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34. Lucy Hawking was raised in an environment with the scholars like Stephen Hawking and Jane Wilde Hawking, a journalist.

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35. Lucy Hawking is an English journalist and novelist who is immensely popular for her work as a Journalist and novelist for New York magazine and as a partner for Stephen Hawking to publish books explaining the complex science to young readers.

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36. Lucy Hawking was diagnosed with ALS in 1963, and he passed away peacefully in his home, possibly from complications of ALS.

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37. In March 2017, Lucy Hawking was invited to speak at the Emirates Airline Festival in Dubai.

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38. In April 2008, Lucy Hawking participated in NASA's 50th birthday lecture series, contributing a talk on children and science education.

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39. All of Lucy Hawking's books and articles centre around the theme of teaching science and education to children.

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40. Lucy Hawking studied French and Russian at the University of Oxford.

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41. Lucy Hawking was born in England to scientist Stephen Hawking and author Jane Wilde Hawking.

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