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Fifty years ago, James Watson and Francis Crick figured out the structure of DNA. They won the 1962 Nobel Prize for their work. Since then, Dr. Watson launched the Human Genome Project and headed up the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Join host Ira Flatow and James Watson for a discussion.


James Watson
* Author, DNA: The Secret of Life (Knopf, 2003)
* 1962 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
* President, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York



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