It is fitting to pay tribute to Professor Stephen Hawking, famed theoretical physicist and author of ‘A Brief History of Time’ who died today in Cambridge, England, aged 76.
A legend of modern cosmology and a global inspiration, fans from every field paid tribute to the scientist who didn’t let paralysis stop him from exploring the biggest questions about the origins of the universe.
Scientists will build upon his theories of the Big Bang and black holes.
During National Science Week, Wormley CofE Primary School has based its learning this week on the theme of Time and Space, so knowing about Professor Hawkins and his work is very relevant.
Children have been exploring time through learning more about planet Earth in space. A visit to the Science Dome is school today has been both exciting and insightful!