About this book
Memoirs from one of the most colourful figures in modern science.
James D. Watson looks back on his extraordinary career - from its beginnings as a schoolboy in Chicago's South Side to the day he left Harvard 50 years later, world-renowned as the co-discoverer of DNA - and considers the lessons he has learnt along the way. The result is both an engaging memoir and an insightful compendium of lessons in life.
|Oxford University Press|