18 May '12, 11am

Genetics papers brought together for the first time - Laboratory Talk: Genetics papers brought together for the

Genetics papers brought together for the first time - Laboratory Talk: Genetics papers brought together for the

The project, Modern Genetics and its Foundations, will see tens of thousands of first-hand notes, letters, sketches, lectures, photographs and essays, produced by all the key players in the discovery of the structure of DNA and the development of genetics, such as Francis Crick, James D. Watson and Rosalind Franklin, made freely available online. These vast collections contain both iconic documents and everyday exchanges, complex research notes and personal ephemera and highlight the extraordinarily enmeshed networks of insight and inspiration lying behind pivotal moments of scientific discovery. The material will be released in phases from this autumn, with the collections from the University of Glasgow available from November 2012. The material will offer a comprehensive picture of the complex and often fraught relationships between the scientists unlocking the secrets o...

Full article: http://www.laboratorytalk.com/research/lifescience/geneti...

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