Crick and Watson
Scientists Francis Crick and James Watson, along with Maurice Wilkins jointly won the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work on identifying the structure of DNA, the molecule which is the foundation for heredity.
James D. Watson is a Nobel Prize-winning biophysicist and researcher credited with co-discovering the double-helix structure of DNA.
Francis Crick is responsible for discovering, along with James Watson, the double-helix structure of the DNA strand.
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profile name: James D. Watson profile occupation: Academic, Biologist, Geneticist, Zoologist
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