Several precious personal belongings of renowned scientist Stephen Hawking will be displayed at the London Science Museum, Sky News reported on Thursday.
Those belongings include the contents of his office, an archive of scientific papers and drafts, a famous wheelchair, voice devices, and an original copy of his PhD thesis.
Several personal souvenirs and letters are included among the displayed belongings.
It is worthy to mention that Hawking’s papers and research stuff will be moved to the Cambridge University. This deal was described as a “once-in-lifetime treasure trove.”
The late scientist’s children attended the occasion of moving the property of their father belongings. They said: “Our father strongly believed that everyone should have the chance to engage with science so he would be delighted that his legacy will be upheld by the Science Museum and Cambridge University Library.”