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A critical influence in Francis Crick's (1916 - ) career was his friendship, beginning in 1951, with J. D. Watson, then a young man of 13, leading in 1953 to the proposal of the double-helical ...
Series of pages that takes the reader on a detailed journey through the discovery and structure of DNA.
A short biography of Franklin, who played a vital role in aiding the DNA work of Watson and Crick.
A BBC article by Rosalind Franklin's nephew highlighting her role in the discovery of the structure of DNA.
Did you ever imagine that you can use light to move a microscopic plastic bead? Use the optical tweezers to manipulate a single strand of DNA and explore the physics of tiny molecular motors.
A brief description of how DNA Computers Will work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
An interview with an American professor who is highlighting Rosalind Franklin's role in the DNA story. Has links through to a glossary of scientific terms.
An electron microscope has successfully imaged a single strand of DNA.