Francis H.C.Crick, and His Amazing Discoveries Throughout His Lifetime Contributing to Molecular Biology as We Know it Today
No man discovered or created molecular biology. But one man dominates intellectually the whole field, because he knows the most and understands the most. Francis Crick." - Jacques Monod, molecular biologist
Francis Crick was born on June 8th, 1916 in Northampton, England. Crick attended grammar school in North Hampton, but moved to North London to attend Mill High School. At age eighteen he started studying physics at University College, London and obtained a B.Sc. in 1937. He had just started research for a Ph.D., but this was interrupted by the outbreak of war in 1939. During the war he worked as a scientist for the British Admiralty, mainly dealing with magnetic and acoustic mines. He left the Admiralty in 1947 to pursue biological studies.
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