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Watson, James D., 1928-

 Person

Found in 228 Collections and/or Records:

Dorcas Cummings Lecture: Gus Nossal, 1989-06-04

 File
Identifier: AV/6
Scope and Contents

Dorcas Cummings Lecture: George Cutting and James D. Watson introduce Gus Nossal who lectures about the history of immunology and currrent immunology research.

Dates: 1989-06-04

Dorcas Cummings Lecture: Michael Brown "New Horizons in Medicine"

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Identifier: AV/6
Scope and Contents

George Cutting introduces James Watson who introduces Michael Brown who lectures about cell surface and cholesterol.

Dates: 1954 - 2006; Majority of material found within 1995 - 2002

Dr. Hanna Gray and Dr. James Watson, 1993-11-05

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Identifier: AV/6
Scope and Contents

David Luke, Chairman of the Board of Trustees at CSHL, introduces Hanna H. Gray, President of the University of Chicago, talks about James D. Watson. Mary Lindsay, Vice President of the Board of Trustees unveils coffee table present to James D. Watson and Elizabeth Watson for their 25th Anniversary at CSHL [coffee table features painting of CSHL and double helix border], James D. Watson speaks about his anniversary.

Dates: 1993-11-05

Drawing from George Gamow, 1949-1959

 Item — Box CP05, Folder: 41
Identifier: SB_1_1_219_37
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...
Dates: 1949-1959

Dunitz, Jack, 1953-2000

 File — Box CP04, Folder: 36
Identifier: SB_1_1_170

Early Days With DNA - James D. Watson

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Scope and Contents From the Series: This meeting brought together the major researchers involved in DNA sequencing since its inception in the 1960s. Prominent guest speakers examined the history of sequencing and how the technology has transformed the biological sciences over the past five decades. Sequencing began with the British biochemist Fred Sanger, two-time winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. While studying nucleic acids in the early 1960s, Sanger figured out a way to sequence small sections of RNA. This work...
Dates: 2015

Edward Lewis, 2001-06-04

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Edward Lewis, Nobel prize winning geneticist, is interviewed by Mila Pollock on June 24, 2001, at California Institute of Technology, in Pasadena, California.Scene 1. Childhood -- Scene 2. Morgan's laboratory at Columbia University -- Scene 3. Teaching -- Scene 4. Differences in the field of molecular biology over time -- Scene 5. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory -- Scene 6. Barbara McClintock -- Scene 7. Barbara McClintock: Women in science - Nobel Prize -- Scene 8. Summers at Cold...
Dates: 2001-06-04

Elbert Branscomb, 2003-05-30 - 2003-06-02

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents

Elbert Brandscomb's interview discusses the following topics: GENOME RESEARCH: Competition in Science, Dangers of Genomic Research, Gene Patenting, Involvement in Genomics, The Human Genome Project: Involvement of the Department of Energy, The Future of Genomics

JAMES D. WATSON: Jim Watson, Personality and Influence

CSHL: Answers Revealed Through Genome Research: What Is Life?, Science and Spirituality

Dates: 2003-05-30 - 2003-06-02

Elizabeth Blackburn, 2000-06-01

 Item — Box AV05, Hi8: CSHL1217
Scope and Contents Elizabeth Blackburn remembers details of her conversations with Barbara McClintock, meetings and symposia at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and the changes in those meetings over time. She comments on Jim Watson's and Alexander Olivnikov's papers and contributions to the study of lambda phage DNA, and on her mentoring of scientist Carol Greider. Elizabeth Blackburn discusses the following in her interview: Scene 1. Barbara McClintock -- Scene 2. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory: a stimulating...
Dates: 2000-06-01

Eric Green, 2003-05-30

 Item — Box AV06, Hi8: CSHL1253
Scope and Contents Eric Green, geneticist and a leader in genome mapping, is interviewed by Mila Pollock and Kiryn Haslinger, on May 30, 2003, at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.Eric Green's interview discusses the following: Scene 1. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory -- Scene 2. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology -- Scene 3. 2003 Symposium: The Genome of Homo Sapiens -- Scene 4. Involvement in the Human Genome Project -- Scene 5. Scientific career...
Dates: 2003-05-30

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Archival Object 212
Collection 13
Unprocessed Material 3
 
Subject
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 28
Genomics 27
Human Genome Project 26
Human genome--Patents. 23
RNA 18
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Women in Science 15
Religion and science 14
DNA 13
Genetics 13
Science--Study and teaching. 13
RNA Tie Club 12
Travel 11
Congresses as Topic 10
Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology 9
Communication in science 9
Correspondence 8
Human Genome Project. 8
Viruses 8
Bacteriophages 7
Biotechnology 7
Manuscripts as Topic 6
Caenorhabditis elegans 5
Cambridge (England) 5
Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) 5
DNA Replication 5
Dinners and dining 5
Drosophila Genetics 5
Invitations 5
Membership 5
Molecular Biology 5
Speeches, addresses, etc. 5
Celera Genomics 4
DNA, Recombinant 4
Genome 4
Human Genome Project--Moral and ethical aspects. 4
Lectures and lecturing 4
Nobel Prize 4
Photographs 4
Proteins 4
Ribosomes 4
Sample requests 4
Amino Acids 3
Cancer Center Support Grant 3
Cancer--Research 3
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 3
DNA--Structure 3
Drosophila 3
Employment 3
Epigenetics 3
Experiments 3
Genome Mapping and Sequencing 3
Genome, Human 3
Gift giving 3
Grant Proposal 3
Grants and funding 3
Housing 3
Molecular biology--History. 3
Nature and nurture 3
Nobel Prize winners. 3
Personnel Selection 3
RNA interference 3
Retroviruses. 3
Science Publishing 3
Transcription factors 3
X-ray crystallography 3
Advisory Committees 2
Annual Reports 2
Australia 2
Bacterial genetics 2
Biology--Education 2
California 2
California Institute of Technology 2
Cambridge (Mass.) 2
Cancer 2
Cancer. 2
Carnegie Library, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (U.S.) 2
Cells 2
Centrifugation, Density gradient 2
Chicago (Ill.) 2
Cloning, Molecular 2
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Press 2
DNA Restriction Enzymes 2
DNA. 2
Escherichia coli 2
Financial Records 2
Galley Proofs 2
Genetic Code 2
Genetics, Human. 2
Genetics--History. 2
Genetics--ethics. 2
Genome mapping -- Yeast 2
Genome sequencing and mapping 2
Government Regulation 2
Immunology 2
Laurel Hollow (N.Y.) 2
Meetings 2
Molecular biology 2
Mutagenesis 2
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 2
Nobel Prizes 2
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