A brain injury centre in Suffolk is set to be named after the famous physicist Professor Stephen Hawking.
The Stephen Hawking Neuro Centre will be built on the edge of Ipswich, and will include facilities for rehabilitation for those with brain injuries and other neurological conditions.
The new centre, announced by the charity Headway Suffolk, will also include 24 homes where clients can live as independently as they are able.
Dr. Jane Hawking, the first wife of Professor Hawking, is Headway Suffolk's Patron, and the world-famous scientists's family have given their blessing for the new centre to be given his name.
Professor Hawking, who lived with motor neurone disease for more than 50 years, died in March.