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A handwritten letter sent from one of the scientists responsible for discovering the structure of DNA will be auctioned off next month in New York City, according to various media reports.
The CBCD agrees with DNA Pioneer Dr. Watson.
Just one day after a comprehensive national report was released stating that the U.S. is dragging its feet in the fight against cancer, one of the twentieth century’s most renowned scientists has launched a scathing critique against the status quo in current cancer research.
Northwest Computer Support announces merger with DP Northwest, in the greater Portland area. Portland, OR (PRWEB) January 05, 2012 James Watson, CEO
DNA, that marvelous, twisty molecule of life, has an alter ego.
GUILFORD, Conn. and SAN FRANCISCO, April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Ion Torrent today announced the winners of the Ion Personal Genome Machine (PGM(TM)) Sequencer Grants. These grants were given in honor of the pioneering work of Drs.
By DALE QUINN Companies asking workers to share burden The skyrocketing cost of health care is increasing conflict between employers and unions, and as costs continue to rise, the tensions likely will too.
By Dahm, Ralf Few remember the man who discovered the "molecule of life" three- quarters of a century before Watson and Crick revealed its structure On February 26, 1869, in the old university town of Tubingen in southwest Germany, the young Swiss doctor Friedrich Miescher, who had settled there only a few months earlier, completed a letter to his uncle in which he described a momentous discovery.
James Watson, the Nobel laureate who sparked an international furor last week with comments about intelligence levels among blacks, has retired from his post at a prestigious research institution.
A prominent scientist whose remarks about the intelligence levels of blacks prompted international furor has canceled an appearance next month in Louisville.
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