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Papers of M H F Wilkins: published articles about DNA history
- Gosling, Raymond, b.1926 King, D.H. Davies, Mansel, 1913-1995 Maddox, John, 1925-2009 Gribbin, John R., b.1946 Siebert, Charles Radford, Tim Highfield, Roger, b.1958 Ridley, Matthew White, b.1958 Wilkins, Maurice, 1916-2004 Perutz, Max, 1914-2002
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- Wilkins, Maurice Hugh Frederick (1916-2004)
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About this work
Published articles and press cuttings relating chiefly to DNA history, including: photocopied chapter, ‘Processing arterial Doppler signals for clinical data’ by Raymond Gosling and D H King, published in Handbook of Clinical Ultrasound, 1978; Mansel Davies, ‘Notes and discussion: W T Ashbury, Rosie Franklin and DNA’, published in Annals of Science, 1990; John Maddox, ‘Watson, Crick and the future of DNA’, published in Nature, 11 Mar 1993. Also press cuttings, including: Max Perutz’ New Scientist review, Mar 1981, of The double helix, edited by Gunther Stent (Weidenfeld, London, 1981) (outlining the history of the discovery of the structure of DNA, but omitting Wilkins’ name); Sunday Times review of In search of the double helix by John Gribbin (Wildwood, London, 1985), Nov 1985; Charles Siebert, ‘The DNA we’ve been dealt’, Guardian, Nov 1995; interview with Wilkins, ‘Telling the story of life’, printed in King’s College London Report, 2000; Tim Radford, ‘Nobel Prize for cancer pioneers’, Guardian, Oct 2001; reviews of Rosalind Franklin: the dark lady of DNA (Harper Collins, 2002), published in The New Yorker, and New Scientist; Roger Highfield and Matt Ridley, ‘DNA: three letters that spell out a discovery made 50 years ago today’, The Telegraph, 2003, with earlier draft text, annotated by Wilkins.
Gosling, Raymond; King, D.H.; John Wiley & Sons; Annals of Science; Nature; New Scientist; Sunday Times; Guardian; King's College London Report; The New Yorker, The Telegraph; King's College London
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A digitised copy is held by the Wellcome Library as part of Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics.
Part of this file contains personal data and is closed. The rest of the file is open and available at King’s College London, Archives and Special Collections, subject to signature of reader's undertaking form. Restricted until 1 January 2080.