In 1953, Watson, along with his friend and colleague Francis Crick, elucidated a model for the double-helical structure of DNA. Together with Maurice Wilkins, Watson and Crick received the Nobel Prize in Medicine for Physiology in 1962 for this discovery. Watson has had a long association with the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory first as Director and then President, and also played a pivotal role in establishing the Human Genome Project.
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James Watson describes his journey to Cambridge, his collaboration with Francis Crick, and the events leading to the elucidation of the double helix model for DNA. (Talk recorded in )
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