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James Watson

Early Life And Training, The Structure Of Dna, Later Accomplishments

Geneticist
1928-

James Dewey Watson was the codiscoverer of the structure of DNA. He has also made major contributions to research in genetics and molecular biology as an administrator, and has written widely read and influential books for both academic and nonscience audiences.

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