| ||Definition:|| |
- [n] United States geneticist who (with Crick in 1953) helped discover the helical structure of DNA (born in 1928)
- [n] United States psychologist considered the founder of behavioristic psychology (1878-1958)
- [n] United States telephone engineer who assisted Alexander Graham Bell in his experiments (1854-1934)
WATSON is a 6 letter word that starts with W.
| ||Synonyms:|| ||James Dewey Watson, James Watson, John Broadus Watson, Thomas Augustus Watson|
| ||See Also:|| ||applied scientist, engineer, geneticist, psychologist, technologist|
| ||Definition:|| ||An American biochemist and alumnus of Indiana University born in 1928 who was one of three people to win the Nobel Prize in 1962 for the category of physiology or medicine. He and Francis Crick, an English biologist, discovered the double-stranded helix structure of the DNA molecule and built the Watson-Crick model of this structure. Their work was heavily based on the work of Maurice Wilkins (who also won the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 1962) and Rosalind Franklin (who died before the 1962 Nobel Prize winners were selected). The model they postulated is the accepted model used today.|