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Molecular biologist, geneticist and zoologist. Born Chicago as James Dewey Watson. 1962 awarded a Nobel Prize with Crick and Wilkins, for their work on the theory of a double-helix structure for DNA.
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James D. Watson
James D. Watson, DNA scientist, lived here, 1983 - 1992. The Heritage Foundation
Invented by Sir Charles Parsons.
Born in Germany. Studied chemistry and then worked in factories, coming to England in 1862. Following marriage in 1866 Frida and Ludwig moved to England, had two sons: Robert (see the Infants Hospi...
Person, Industry, Science
Chemist. Born in Nice, France, to a British aristocratic family. Became a member of the Royal Society and discovered hydrogen. Following his father's death in 1783 he bought a house on Clapham Comm...
Person, Science, France
Scientific Journal published by Macmillan's. Created by Norman Lockyer to 'provide cultivated readers with an accessible forum for reading about advances in scientific knowledge' The journal's name...
Media, Journalism / Publishing, Science
Less than a month after the lights were installed the lamp blew up, seriously injuring the policeman who was operating it. See the IET and the Victorianist for two different takes on the story. 20...
Concept, Engineering, Science