Lucy Hawking

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Lucy Hawking (born 2 November 1970) is an English journalist and novelist. She is the daughter of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking and she lives in London.

Education and career

Hawking studied French and Russian at the University of Oxford, and then commenced work as a journalist. She has worked for New York magazine and has written for the Daily Mail, The Telegraph, The Times, and the London Evening Standard.

Hawking has written two novels: Jaded (2004) and Run for Your Life (2005) (also published as The Accidental Marathon).

In 2007, she published George’s Secret Key to the Universe, an adventure story about a small boy called George who finds a way to slip through a computer generated portal and travel around the solar system. Written with her father, Stephen Hawking and his former Ph.D. Student, Christophe Galfard, George’s Secret Key has been translated into 38 languages and published in 43 countries. George’s Cosmic Treasure Hunt, a look across the universe for signs of life followed in 2009. Their third children's story will be about "What happened at the Big Bang?"

In April 2008, Hawking participated in NASA’s 50th Birthday lecture series, contributing a talk on children and science education. Based on her experiences in touring worldwide with......
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