The original version of Stephen Hawking's PhD thesis has been made freely available online for the first time. The 119-page document was submitted by Hawking, then a 24-year-old graduate student at Trinity Hall college, part of the University of Cambridge.
The Hawking effect strikes again. All those unread copies of A Brief History of Time are seemingly being joined by electronic copies of the world’s most famous living scientist’s PhD thesis from 1966. Recently put online by the University of Cambridge, it created such demand that the university’s open-access repository Apollo crashed.
The title of Stephen Hawking's PhD thesis, Properties of Expanding Universes. Until now copies of the thesis had been available either for consultation in the University Library or for purchase.Learn More
Availability of the thesis crashed Cambridge University's site this week.Learn More
Stephen Hawking's PhD thesis goes online, crashes website. Cambridge University has put Stephen Hawking's doctoral thesis online, triggering such interest that it crashed the university's website.Learn More
Hawking's scientific works included a collaboration with Roger Penroseon gravitational singularity theoremsin the framework of general relativityand the theoretical prediction that black holesemit radiation, often called Hawking radiation.Learn More
Cambridge University’s website crashed as people scrambled to view Stephen Hawking’s newly published PhD thesis. The scientist wrote the paper, named Properties of Expanding Universes, in 1966.Learn More
Stephen Hawking's Ph.D. thesis, 'Properties of expanding universes', has been made freely available to anyone, anywhere in the world, after being made accessible via the University of Cambridge's.Learn More
To celebrate Open Access Week 2017, Cambridge University Library’s Office of Scholarly Communication has today announced Professor Hawking’s permission to make his thesis freely available and Open Access in Apollo.By making his PhD thesis Open Access, anyone can now freely download and read this historic and compelling research by the then little-known 24-year-old Cambridge postgraduate.Learn More
The PhD thesis of perhaps the world’s most famous living scientist, Professor Stephen Hawking, was recently made publicly available online. It has proved so popular that the demand to read it.Learn More
Stephen Hawking's PhD thesis is now available for free Wow. Reading Hawking's Ph.D. paper is like listening to Pink Floyd for decades and then suddenly finding out they had a different and even.Learn More
Cambridge University’s website crashed as people scrambled to view Stephen Hawking’s newly published PhD thesis. The scientist wrote the paper, named Properties of Expanding Universes, in 1966 as a.Learn More
Stephen Hawkings PhD thesis. To celebrate Open Access Week 2017, Cambridge University Library's Office of Scholarly Communication has announced Professor Hawking's permission to make his thesis PhD thesis, 'Properties of expanding universes', freely available and Open Access in Apollo.Learn More
Since the University of Cambridge made Stephen Hawkings 1966 PhD thesis free to view and download last month, more than a million people have at least looked at it. Adam Rutherford talks to cosmologist Andrew Pontzen, biologist Matthew Cobb and neuroscientist Sophie Scott about the record-breaking thesis and asks whose first research project they'd like to download.Learn More