Stephen Hawking hospitalised

The World renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, who has been suffering from motor neurone disease for several years, was admitted to hospital in Rome. The British Scientist was in Rome for a conference at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.

Actually, Stephen Hawking met Pope Francis on Monday. As he wasn't feeling well, The physicist was rushed to Gemelli Hospital on Thursday night.

Spokesperson assures Stephen Hawking isn't in a serious condition at present. There is no change in his scheduled return journey on Saturday as of now.

Stephen Hawking conveys his views to the people with a help of a specially designed computer. Two Nurses will accompany him wherever he goes. He is the author of 'A Brief History of Time'.