James Watson

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James Watson
BornJames Dewey Watson
(1928-04-06) 6 Aprile 1928 (age 92)[1]
Chicago, Illinois, Unitit States
NaitionalityUnitit States
Alma mater
Kent for
Hauf-marrae(s)Elizabeth Watson (née Lewis) (m. 1968)
Scientific career
ThesisThe Biological Properties of X-Ray Inactivated Bacteriophage (1951)
Doctoral advisorSalvador Luria
Doctoral students
Ither notable students
SignaturJames D Watson signature.svg

James Dewey Watson (born Aprile 6, 1928) is an American molecular biologist, geneticist an zoologist, best kent as ane o the co-discoverers o the structur o DNA in 1953 wi Francis Crick an Rosalind Franklin. Watson, Crick, an Maurice Wilkins war awairdit the 1962 Nobel Prize in Pheesiology or Medicine "for thair discoveries concernin the molecular structur o nucleic acids an its signeeficance for information transfer in leevin material".

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