Francis Harry Compton Crick - British molecular biologist (1916 - ). He was the co-ordinator with J. D. Watson, of the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA. He worked mainly in Cambridge until 1977, when he moved to the Salk Institute in San Diego. He shared the Nobel Prize for 1962 with J.D. Watson and M.H. Wilkins.

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Francis Crick - Wikipedia
Biography and links.
Francis Harry Compton Crick
Biography, and text of his 1962 Nobel lecture.
James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkin, and Rosalind Franklin
Article and photographs of the four people who discovered the structure of DNA. From the Chemical Heritage Foundation.
Remembering Francis Crick: A Celebration
Provides links to papers and articles written by Crick between 1948 and 1990 and information, quotations, news items, photographs and links to other sources.
BBC - Man who helped unlock DNA dies
Francis Crick, who helped discover the double helix shape of DNA along with James Watson, has died aged 88. (July 29, 2004)
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