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James Watson and fellow scientist Francis Crick were the first to describe the hidden double-helix structure of DNA molecules. They published their findings in the journal Nature in April of 1953; the discovery was considered tremendously significant, an... More »
Born: April 6, 1928 (age 88), Chicago, Illinois
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James Watson - Wikipedia


James Dewey Watson (born April 6, 1928) is an American molecular biologist, geneticist and ... James D. Watson was born in Chicago, Illinois, on April 6, 1928, as the only son of Jean (Mitchell) and...

James D. Watson - Academic, Biologist, Geneticist, Zoologist ...


Jul 7, 2016 ... From his co-discovery of DNA's double helix to his work with the Genome Project and his penchant for making controversial remarks, James D.

James Watson - Biographical - Nobelprize.org


James Dewey Watson was born in Chicago, Ill., on April 6th, 1928, as the only son of James D. Watson, a businessman, and Jean Mitchell. His father's ancestors ...

James D. Watson - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory - Library & Archives


James Watson was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1928. He received a B.S. in 1947 from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in 1950 from Indiana University, both  ...

James Watson | American geneticist and biophysicist | Britannica.com


Nov 18, 2016 ... James Watson, in full James Dewey Watson (born April 6, 1928, ... From his virus research at Indiana University (Ph.D., 1950), and from the ...

James Watson :: DNA from the Beginning


Biography of James Watson from Concept 19: The DNA molecule is shaped like a ... He was lucky to share an office with Francis Crick, a Ph.D. student who was ...

James D. Watson, Ph.D. - Academy of Achievement


Golden Plate Awards Council member General Colin L. Powell, USA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Dr. James D. Watson on the headtable at the ...

James D. Watson - The New York Times


News about James D. Watson. Commentary and archival information about James D. Watson from The New York Times.