Professor Brian Cox received a Hawking Fellowship at the University of Cambridge

Professor Brian Cox spoke of his dedication to continuing much of Professor Stephen Hawking’s research after he was honored with a Hawking Fellowship at Cambridge University.

he, 54, a professor of particle physics at the University of Manchester and a broadcaster, has presented a number of critically acclaimed science programs to the BBC including Forces of Nature and Direct Stargazing.

His work explores the deepest questions using the latest advances in our understanding of quantum theory, black holes, biology, planetary science, astronomy and the universe learn.


Brian Cox Awarded Hawking Scholarship (Regina Ray/PA)

After being awarded a scholarship by Hawking’s son, Tim, Cox gave a lecture on his work in progress to continue much of the research to which Professor Hawking had devoted his life.

He told members of the Cambridge Confederation that he was “very honored” to receive the scholarship, having known and worked with Professor Hawking, organizers said.

Cox has also written a series of best-selling books, with his latest book titled Black Holes: Keys to Understanding the Universe, co-authored with Professor Jeffrey Forshaw. Professor Brian Cox received a Hawking Fellowship at the University of Cambridge

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