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James Watson

Originally posted March 2002

Genes, Girls, and Gamow

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Thirty-four years ago, biologist James Watson wrote a bestselling book called The Double Helix, in which he described how he and Francis Crick had discovered the structure of DNA in 1953, a discovery for which they won the Nobel Prize. What happened in the aftermath of that astounding discovery is told in this book.




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