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Franklin, Rosalind, 1920-1958

 Person

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Aaron Klug, June 2005

 Item — Box AV02, miniDV: CSHL1091
Scope and Contents Aaron Klug, Nobel Prize winning chemist and biophysicist, is interviewed by Mila Pollock on June 17, 2005, at the Molecular Biology Laboratory of the Medical Research Council, in Cambridge, United Kingdom.Aaron Klug discusses the following in his interview: Scene 1. Becoming a scientist -- Scene 2. What it takes to be a scientist -- Scene 3. Zinc finger proteins: discovery and application -- Scene 4. Founding of the Sanger Centre and early involvement in genomics -- Scene 5. Gene...
Dates: June 2005

Donald Caspar, 2001-01-01 - 2001-06-04

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Donald Caspar discusses the following in his interview: LIFE IN SCIENCE: Working at Caltech, Rosalind Franklin.JAMES D. WATSON: Time Spent at Harvard, Jim Watson, Jim Watson as a Young Man, Jim Watson on Rosalind Franklin, Jim Watson, Public Figure, Jim Watson’s Personal Recollections, Working with Jim Watson, Jim Watson, After Caltech, Jim Watson, Writer: Genes, Girls, and Gamow, Jim Watson, Writer: The Double Helix, Jim...
Dates: 2001-01-01 - 2001-06-04

Franklin, Rosalind, 1956

 File — Box CP05, Folder: 29
Identifier: SB_1_1_207
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: 1956

Franklin, Rosalind, 1954-1958, 1968-1970

 File — Box CR17, Folder: 16
Identifier: JDW_02_02_0618_001
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series includes handwritten and typed letters, carbon copies, postcards and notes dating from 1916-2012. The bulk of the material covers Watson’s sojourn in Cambridge (1951-1954), Harvard (1956-1975) and as Director (1968-1994), President (1994-2003), Chancellor (2003-2007), and Chancellor Emeritus (2007-2011) of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Watson’s career at the Copenhagen Crystallography Lab and time at California Institute of Technology are...
Dates: 1954-1958, 1968-1970

Franklin, Rosalind (photocopies), 1955

 File — Box CR17, Folder: 16a
Identifier: JDW_02_02
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series includes handwritten and typed letters, carbon copies, postcards and notes dating from 1916-2012. The bulk of the material covers Watson’s sojourn in Cambridge (1951-1954), Harvard (1956-1975) and as Director (1968-1994), President (1994-2003), Chancellor (2003-2007), and Chancellor Emeritus (2007-2011) of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Watson’s career at the Copenhagen Crystallography Lab and time at California Institute of Technology are...
Dates: 1955

Handwritten letter from Rosalind Franklin to Sydney Brenner, 10/2/1956

 Item — Box CP05, Folder: 29
Identifier: SB_1_1_207_1
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: 10/2/1956

Paul Doty, 2003-07-22

 Item — Box AV05, Hi8: CSHL1239
Scope and Contents Paul Doty reflects on his career in science as well as his second career in politics. He talks about the influences of and relationships he maintained with scientists Max Delbrück, Francis Crick, Rosalind Franklin, Peter Kapitza, Matt Meselson, and Tom Maniatis, as well as the development of the Department of Molecular Biololgy at Harvard. His professional and personal relationship with Jim Watson is discussed in detail, including Doty's observations of the different periods in Watson's...
Dates: 2003-07-22

James D. Watson Collection

 Collection
Identifier: JDW
Abstract The James D. Watson Collection documents the life and career of James D. Watson, co-recipient of the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA, the Director (and later President and Chancellor) of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and the first director of the National Center for Human Genome Research. The collection includes photographs, correspondence, manuscripts, laboratory notebooks, administrative records, teaching files,...
Dates: 1800s-2022

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Archival Object 7
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Subject
Human genome--Patents. 2
Science--Study and teaching. 2
X-ray crystallography 2
Adenoviruses. 1
Asilomar Conference on Recombinant DNA Molecules. 1