Lecture redux: DNA discoverer on curing 'incurable' cancer

Watch a video of the March 19 lecture at Yale by renowned scientist James Watson, who won the Nobel Prize with Francis Crick for discovering the double-helix structure of DNA.
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James Watson

Watson’s and Crick’s discovery revolutionized the study of biology. In recent years, Watson has turned his attention to the study of cancer, and the genetic changes that instigate it.

He spoke at Yale on March 19 on the topic “Curing ‘Incurable’ Cancer.” Yale professor of biophysics and biochemistry Joan Steitz, a former student of Watson, introduced him.

Watch a video of his lecture.

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