There's Never Been a Replacement for Francis Crick

Dr. Watson is constantly traversing globe delivering talks on a variety of subjects. He recently spoke at a symposia at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research, located in Geneva, Switzerland), and while there he was interviewed by Paula Catapano. Topics of discussion include research in physics, the role of scientists in society, the nature of genius, and the current state of cancer research.

Dr. Watson's talk at CERN - "The Discovery of the Double Helix" - is also available online. Check it out via CERN's Document Server (unfortunately the first 20 minutes of the talk are unavailable).

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