The Double Helix: A Personal Account of the Discovery of the Structure of DNA

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Scientific American Modern Classics, 2004 - DNA - 226 pages

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THE DOUBLE HELIX: A Personal Account Of The Discovery Of The Structure Of Dna

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Even without understanding any of the scientific data processed here, the general reader will find it hard to remain immune to this account of how J.D. Watson, along with another bright, volatile ... Read full review

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James Watson's love letter to himself, as he explains to us exactly how he single-handedly solved the structure of DNA, with the insignificant help of a cast of baboons, clowns, and women. Watson's ... Read full review


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