British physicist Stephen Hawking looks, on his screen, at an animated clipping of himself with characters from ‘The Simpsons’, while addressing a public lecture on ‘Science in the future’ in Bombay . Not advocating that human genetic engineering is a good thing, the intellectual genius said it was likely to happen in the next million years. He also forcast that in the next 100 years, babies would be born outside the human body.
Lisa, Marge, Stephen Hawking and Homer on the “They Saved Lisa’s Brain” episode of “The Simpsons.”
Matt Groening, Stephen Hawking and wife Elaine at the London Weekend Television British Comedy Awards in 2004.
Arthur C. Clarke, Stephen Hawking and Magnus Magnusson on “Masters of the Universe” in 1988.
“The Hawking Excitation”: When Wolowitz gets to work with Stephen Hawking (left), Sheldon (Jim Parsons, right) is willing to do anything to meet his hero, on “The Big Bang Theory” in 2012.
“The Geology Elevation” (2016) — Pictured: Rajesh Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar), with an old remote control Stephen Hawking action figure that Wolowitz invented.
Jim Carrey visiting Professor Stephen Hawking at his home in Cambridge, Britain, in 2003.
Simon Cowell, Jonathan Ross, Matt Groening, Stephen Hawking and wife Elaine at the London Weekend Television British Comedy Awards in 2004.
Richard Dawkins, Brian May, Professor Garik Israelian and Professor Stephen Hawking at the STARMUS medal launch, The Royal Society, in 2015.
British physicist Stephen Hawking, British musician and astrophysicist Brian May and Russian astronaut Aleksei Leonov During the STARMUS Festival Closing Gala Held at the Tenerife Auditorium in Santa Cruz De Tenerife Canary Islands, Spain, in 2016.
Actress Jessica Chastain, producer Emma Thomas, professor Brian Cox, professor Stephen Hawking, professor Kip Thorne, director Christopher Nolan, Jack Zimmer, Hans Zimmer and Zoe Zimmer pose for photographers upon arrival for the Interstellar Live show at the Royal Albert Hall in central London, 2015. Christopher Nolan’s film was shown on the big screen, while composer Hans Zimmer led a 60-piece orchestra and the Hall’s Grand Organ in a simultaneous performance of the movie’s Academy and BAFTA nominated score.
Professor Stephen Hawking and Benedict Cumberbatch at the Motor Neurone Disease Association reception and dinner, Buckingham Palace, in 2015.
David Walliams, Professor Stephen Hawking and Catherine Tate perform in a ‘Little Britain’ Sketch for Red Nose Day. Hawking stars with David Walliams and Catherine Tate in a sketch based on the “Little Britain” Lou and Andy characters. Filmed at St Johns College, Cambridge, in 2015.
Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne star in “The Theory Of Everything,” the 2014 film based on Hawking’s life.
Eddie Redmayne with Stephen Hawking on the set of “The Theory Of Everything.”
Professor Stephen Hawking a “The Theory of Everything” film premiere, London, 2014.
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones with Professor Stephen Hawking at “The Theory of Everything” film premiere at Leicester Square, London, in 2014.
Eddie Redmayne, Leading Actor winner for “The Theory of Everything,” with Stephen Hawking at the BAFTA awards, Royal Opera House, London, in 2015.
Stephen Hawking and Felicity Jones presenting the Award for Special Visual Effects at the BAFTA awards in 2015.
Sir Michael Caine CBE, Matthew McConaughey, Prof. Kip Thorne and Sir Stephen Hawking CBE at the “Interstellar” film premiere, in London, 2014.
Queen Elizabeth II meets Professor Stephen Hawking at the Leonard Cheshire Disability reception, St James’s Palace, London, 2014.
Stephen Hawking is interviewed by John Oliver in 2014.
The “Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow” game features the heads of Stephen Hawking, George Takei, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Bill Nye.
John Lithgow and Stephen Hawking attend the World Science Festival opening night in 2010. The gala brought together luminaries from the worlds of science and art to honor the contributions of the iconic theoretical physicist Dr. Stephen Hawking.
Opening Night of the Cambridge Film Festival in 2013 featured the Gala Screening of “Hawking.”
Yo-Yo Ma and Stephen Hawking at the World Science Festival opening night in 2010.
Former South Africa President Nelson Mandela meets with British scientist Professor Stephen Hawking in Johannesburg. Hawking, who has devoted his career to finding the origins of the universe, was in the country to begin a search for Africa’s answer to Einstein. Some of the world’s leading high-tech entrepreneurs and scientists backed a £75m plan to create Africa’s first postgraduate centers for advanced maths and physics, after the British government declined to provide funding.
President Barack Obama presented the highest American award, the Medal of Freedom, to Stephen Hawking in 2009.
Hawking was among 16 other “agents of change” including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, tennis player Billie Jean King and actor Sidney Poitier, who were given America’s most prestigious civilian award.
British Theoretical Physicist Stephen Hawking, professor at the University of Cambridge, Delivers a Lecture on ‘The Creation of the Universe’ for the 450th anniversary of the University of Geneva.