Modeling DNA..."It's Elementary Watson...AND Crick!"

Unit 8: Nobel Prize-Winning Biotechnology
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to trace the evolution of the discovery of the structure of the DNA.

Big Idea: Nobel Prize-winning laureates such as Watson and Crick used "elementary" principles in science crafted by great scientists from diverse disciplines to make this most groundbreaking discovery.

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