Contains over 380,000 online documents from Nobel laureates' James D. Watson's and Sydney Brenner's personal collections. These collections consist of correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, laboratory notebooks, administrative records, teaching files & memorabilia.
The repository and metadata were created in part, through a two-year grant funded collaboration with the Wellcome Library's Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics digitization project.
The James D. Watson Collection consists of over 500 manuscript boxes of materials documenting the life and career of James D. Watson, co-recipient of…
The Sydney Brenner Collection consists of over 300 manuscript boxes of materials documenting the life and career of Dr. Sydney Brenner, co-recipient…
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Various photographic prints of Watson and Harvard University students posing with a rhinoceros statue outside of the Biology Department building. …
In this letter Watson explains his reasons for leaving Copenhagen and moving to Cambridge to study the structure of DNA.
Watson acknowledges Perutz's retirement and thanks him for his encouragement.
Photographic prints of Watson and Albert Szent-Gyorgyi at Szent-Gyorgyi’s home in Cape Cod, MA