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Crick Progeny Follow Their Own Passions
Descendants of Nobel Laureate Make Their Marks in Computer Puzzles and Games, and Art
- Do famous scientists spawn like-minded offspring? For Francis Crick, the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA and Nobel laureate, the answer is partially true. His son Michael Crick studied neuroscience at Harvard Medical School in the 1960s but sidetracked into computer science. Today Michael and his wife Barbara, ...
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