Easton Press "Genes, Girls and Gamow", James D. Watson, Signed First Edition w/COA (Sealed)

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Easton Press "Genes, Girls and Gamow", James D.. Watson Signed First Edition
Easton Press "Genes, Girls and Gamow", James D.. Watson Signed First Edition
Personally hand signed by molecular biologist and Nobel Prize winner James D. Watson

Enhance your collectible library with this luxurious leather bound heirloom from Easton Press. One of only 1,175 signed limited first editions available. A high quality book that also makes the perfect unique gift.

James Dewey Watson is an American molecular biologist, best known as one of the two co-discoverers of the structure of DNA, with Francis Crick, in 1953. Watson, Francis Crick, and Maurice Wilkins were awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material".

The signature is certified as authentic by the presence of a COA included with this volume. A uniquely signed collectible from Easton Press, accented with 22kt gold, and manufactured to last generations.


Condition
As New . Sealed. The condition is of the highest quality. Includes extra unattached bookplate for your own personalization.



Includes all the classic Easton Press qualities:

   * Premium Leather
   * Silk Moire Endleaves
   * Distinctive Cover Design
   * Hubbed Spine, Accented in Real 22KT Gold
   * Satin Ribbon Page Marker
   * Gilded Page Edges
   * Long-lasting, High Quality Acid-neutral Paper
   * Smyth-sewn Pages for Strength and Durability
   * Beautiful Illustrations

About the Author.

James Dewey Watson studied at the University of Chicago and Indiana University and subsequently worked at the University of Cambridge's Cavendish Laboratory in England where he first met his future collaborator and personal friend Francis Crick.

In 1956, Watson became a junior member of Harvard University's Biological Laboratories until 1976, promoting research in molecular biology and from 1968 he served as director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) on Long Island, New York, greatly expanding its level of funding and research. At CSHL, he shifted his research emphasis to the study of cancer. In 1994, he became its president for ten years, and then subsequently he served as its chancellor until 2007, when he resigned, partially due to a controversy over comments he made about race and intelligence during an interview with a trusted friend that made it into the press.

Between 1988 and 1992, Watson was associated with the National Institutes of Health, helping to establish the Human Genome Project. Watson has written many science books, including the seminal textbook The Molecular Biology of the Gene (1965) and his bestsell ing book The Double Helix (1968) about the DNA structure discovery.

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Publisher:
Easton Press
Edition:
signed first edition
Binding:
Full Genuine Leather
Illustrator:
Signed First Edition of 1200
Dimensions:
New (Sealed)