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Physicist Stephen W. Hawking will give a public lecture titled "Why We Should Go Into Space" on Monday, March 9, 2009 at 8:00 p.m.
This lecture will be presented at the newly-renovated Pasadena Convention Centre. Tickets are required for admission. All tickets are $10.

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Cosmologist Stephen Hawking will retire from his prestigious post at Cambridge University next year, but intends to continue his exploration of time and space.
Hawking, 66, is Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, a title once held by the great 18th century physicist Isaac Newton. The university said Friday that he would step down at the end of the academic year in September, but would continue working as Emeritus Lucasian Professor of Mathematics.

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Professor Stephen Hawking's text-based website.

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Becky Anderson interviews Stephen Hawking

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A 1m hand-less clock called the "time eater" is unveiled at Cambridge University by Professor Stephen Hawking.

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Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, who attacked the UK government for carrying out "disastrous" science funding cuts worth 80 million pounds, may quit Britain for Canada after working at Cambridge University for 50 years.
The 66-year-old wheel chair-bound scientist, author of 'A Brief History of Time', is considering an offer to move to Canada after he blamed the government here for making the nation home of "dull science".

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Professor Stephen Hawking is to deliver the 50th Anniversary lecture at University of Leicester

The University of Leicester will be making history on Wednesday 28th May when one of the best-known and most remarkable scientists of our time will talk on the beginning of time and the cosmos.
As part of the Universitys 50th Anniversary celebrations, Professor Stephen Hawking, CBE, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge, will discuss theories on the origin of the Universe in a public lecture. Among the general public Stephen Hawking is famed for his best-selling A Brief History of Time and, more recently, Black Holes and Baby Universes and Other Essays and A Briefer History of Time.
This free event has proved extremely popular and is already full with a long waiting list in fact, all spaces in the Universitys largest, 500-seater, public lecture theatre were filled within days of the lecture being advertised.

"This is a fantastic opportunity to engage with a truly unique scientist whose work has gained the admiration of both the scientific community and the general public" - Professor Rob Hillman, Dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Leicester.

We are delighted that this special lecture in our 500-seater lecture theatre within the new David Wilson Library complex is being given by such an eminent figure as Stephen Hawking. This, alongside many other events, will contribute to making our 50th Anniversary year highly memorable - Professor Robert Burgess, Vice-Chancellor.

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Professor Stephen Hawking, who has devoted his career to finding the origins of the universe, is to begin a new search for Africas answer to Einstein.
Despite suffering from motor neurone disease which has left him almost completely paralysed, Hawking, 66, has made the journey to South Africa to launch the project today.

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One of the world's most famous living scientists, Stephen Hawking, is to deliver his first public lecture in Africa, at the Muizenberg Pavilion next week.
Hawking is to be a guest of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) and the lecture, "Universe", is to be at 6pm on Sunday.

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