Professor Stephen Hawking's groundbreaking papers to be preserved at Cambridge University, whilst the contents of his office, including his custom built wheelchairs are to be transferred to the Science Museum.
The 10,000 page archive includes childhood letters, scripts from TV appearances and papers from his research into black holes. The world-famous theoretical physicist died aged 76 on March 14, 2018. Despite suffering from a degenerative motor neurone disease, Professor Hawking made an immense impact on the world of science and beyond.
His genre-defining book 'A Brief History of Time' has sold over 10 million copies and been translated into more than 35 languages.