Another DNA discoverer dies


Maurice Wilkins, whose X-ray photographs of DNA were central to Watson and Crick's later elucidation of the structure of DNA, and who shared the Nobel Prize with them, died in London Tuesday.


SO candid Jim is the last man standing…

And thereby will get to tell the tale. It’s always good to outlive your contemporaries - you get a better chance at controlling how you will be remembered…

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