The double helix a personal account of the discovery of the structure of dna is an autobiographical account of the discovery of the double helix structure of dna written by james d watson and published in 1968 it has earned both critical and public praise along with continuing controversy about credit for the nobel award and attitudes towards female scientists at the time of the discovery. Double helix a personal account of the discovery of the structure of dna by james d watson foreword by sir lawrence bragg this account of the events which led to the solution of the structure of dna the fundamental genetical material is unique in several ways i was much pleased when watson asked me to write the award of the nobel . The classic personal account of watson and cricks groundbreaking discovery of the structure of dna now with an introduction by sylvia nasar author of a beautiful mind by identifying the structure of dna the molecule of life francis crick and james watson revolutionized biochemistry and won themselves a nobel prize. The double helix tells the story of the famed discovery of the structure of dna this book is particularly enticing because it describes the whole process from the perspective of james d watson of the watson and crick most of us learned about in high school biology. The double helix a personal account of the discovery of the structure of dna james d watson atheneum new york 1968 xvi 238 pp illus 595
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