In his 2003 book "DNA: The Secret of Life" molecular biologist James D Watson gives the reader an in depth tour of genetics, it's history, where it stands today and . Andrew Berry's writing made this an interesting book.
In his 2003 book "DNA: The Secret of Life" molecular biologist James D Watson gives the reader an in depth tour of genetics, it's history, where it stands today and where it's going tomorrow. Watson's colleague, Francis Crick, wrote "An Astonishing Hypothesis" himself and it was a painful thing to read.
Download books for free. Fifty years ago, James D. Watson, then just twentyfour, helped launch the greatest ongoing scientific quest of our time. Having shown that the secret of life is chemical, modern genetics has set mankind off on a journey unimaginable just a few decades ago. Watson provides the general reader with clear explanations of molecular processes and emerging technologies.
Andrew Berry, James D. Watson. Matt Ridley, author of Genome "Only James Watson could have written this book: no one else knows DNA from so many er, scientific leader, author of one of the great scientific memoirs of all timeand no one else writes in such an utterly riveting and independent manner. DNA is a singularly lucid life story of a molecule and its determining role in human nature, society, medicine, and our future as a species. It is an important book and a delight to read. -Kay Redfield Jamison, P.
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Distributed by Random House, In. New York. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-375-41546-7 1. Genetics-Popular works. 2. DNA-Popular works.
By James D. Watson and Andrew Berry. JAMES D. WATSON was director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York from 1968 to 1993 and is now its. By James D. WATSON was director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York from 1968 to 1993 and is now it. ore about James D. ANDREW BERRY is a lecturer on Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University.
DNA: The Secret of Life was conceived over dinner in 1999. Under discussion was how best to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the discovery the double helix.
Having shown that the secret of life is chemical, modern genetics has set mankind off on a journey unimaginable just a few decades ago. He shows us how DNA continues to alter our understanding of human origins, and of our identities as groups and as individuals.
What makes DNA different from hordes of competitors purporting to help readers understand genetics is that it is written by none other than James Watson, of Watson. Tells the big picture. com User, March 21, 2006. This book was a lot of fun to read and I really felt like I learned a lot after I finished. The book talks about genetically modified food and how there was such an outcry by the public when it first came in to the market. People didn't want to eat "Frankestien food".
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