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1. Biography: Francis Crick
Francis Crick Francis Crick (1916-2004) - British biochemist and co-discoverer of the structure of DNA in 1953, for which he later shared the Nobel Prize. After great contributions in molecular biology Crick has gone on to work in
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2. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: The Concept of Emergence
Linus Pauling, Max Perutz, Francis Crick and James D Watson gave momentum to this programme of redescribing biology in terms of physics and chemistry, but has not effected a reduction of the one to the other. Rather all sorts of
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3. Full Biography Index
Francis Collins George Coyne Francis Crick Antonio Damasio William Damon Richard Davidson
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4. General Term: Evolutionary Biology
In 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick discovered the molecular structure of DNA , the hereditary material contained in the chromosomes of the nucleus of each cell. DNA in turn consists of two long chains of nucleotides coiled into a double
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5. General Term: Watson, James Dewey (1928-)
and geneticist; with Francis Crick , co-discovered double helical structure of DNA in 1953; wrote "The Molecular Biology of the Gene" in 1965, "The Double Helix " in 1968; he won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1962.
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6. Neuroscience Topic: Getting Mind Out of Meat - Introduction
I think you quoted--it was Francis Crick that you quoted--arguing that for Christians the notion of you might see a detachable mind or soul as an essential part of their teaching. So if the neurosciences can show that there is no such thing,
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7. Genetics Topic: Genetics Research
Watson, who along with Francis Crick , is famed for his discovery of the double helix structure of DNA, was the first to head the Office of Human Genome Research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH ). He recently resigned amidst a
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8. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Different Sciences - Different Relationships
by such scientists as Francis Crick that it will be possible at some stage to describe all human activities in neurophysiological terms is testimony to a science whose experimental techniques are rapidly expanding its data-base (especially
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9. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: An Examination of Reductionism
beings than that. When Francis Crick proclaimed that ‘The ultimate aim of the modern movement in biology is in fact to explain all biology in terms of physics and chemistry’ he was seeking to replace one set of scientific
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10. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Richard Dawkins and E.O.Wilson Against t...
genetic make-up. also by Francis Crick , co-discoverer of the structure of DNA , who has more recently worked in the field of neurophysiology. These thinkers have in common a rejection of the possibility that religious propositions about
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