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Video 19: James Dewey Watson, clip 4

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In 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick solved the 3-D structure of DNA. Dr. Watson has a long-term interest in genetics education.
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james dewey watson, linus pauling, francis crick, genetics education, triple helix, structure of dna, term interest
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