Shares the story of the Nobel Prize-winning scientist, covering his role in the race to identify the structure of DNA, his clashes with ethicists over genetics issues, and his own memoirs. Reprint. 25, 000 first printing.As he was finishing the letter, Franklins associate Gosling came in to say that he and Franklin had already written a paper on DNA structure.15 Franklin, who had just moved to Birkbeck College, also came to see the model. She, too, acceptedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Watson and DNA|
|Author||:||Victor K. McElheny|
|Publisher||:||Basic Books - 2004-01|