Person    | Male  Born 15/12/1916  Died 5/10/2004

Maurice Wilkins

Categories: Science

Countries: New Zealand

Molecular biologist. Born New Zealand. Worked on DNA X-ray diffraction studies 1953 at King's College London with Franklin, Gosling, Stokes and Wilson. 1962 awarded a Nobel Prize with Crick and Watson, for their work on the theory of a double-helix structure for DNA.
Died at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich.

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Maurice Wilkins

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DNA at Kings

Near this site Rosalind Franklin, Maurice Wilkins, Raymond Gosling, Alexander...

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Franklin, Gosling, Stokes, Wilson, Wilkins

R. E. Franklin, R. G. Gosling, A. R. Stokes, M. H. F. Wilkins, H. R. Wilson ...

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