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Gallery 19: 1962 Nobel Prize winners

Gallery 19:  1962 Nobel Prize winners
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(L-R) Maurice Wilkins (Physiology or Medicine), M. Perutz (Chemistry), Francis Crick (Physiology or Medicine), J. Steinbeck (Literature), James Watson (Physiology or Medicine), J. Kendrew (Chemistry).
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nobel prize winners, maurice wilkins, francis crick, james watson, steinbeck, perutz, physiology, chemistry, literature, medicine
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