Volume 12, Number 25
18 April 2006

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James D. Watson Exhibit Now on Display in the Faculty of Science

-"Teaching through Textbooks," the second section, is devoted to Watson's unique textbook writing style.

-"The Non-fiction Novel" section is about the book "The Double Helix," which created a sensation among scientists and publishers in 1968.

-Dr. Watson did not distance himself from science policy, and his activities in this area are outlined in the "Advocacy on a National Stage" section.

-The "Ethics and Morals" section presents an account of Dr. Watson's opinions on various ethical issues.

-The final section, "Lessons for Life," is perhaps the most appealing portion of the exhibit for young scientists at the beginning of their careers.


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