Plaque

Francis Crick

Erection date: 20/6/2007

Inscription

Francis Crick, O.M. F.R.S., 1916 - 2004, eminent scientist, Nobel laureate, discoverer of the structure of D.N.A. & the genetic code, lived here, 1945-1947.
City of Westminster 

Site: Francis Crick (1 memorial)

SW1, St George's Square, 56

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon

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Francis Crick

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