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Crick

Francis Harry Compton. 1916--2004, English molecular biologist: helped to discover the helical structure of DNA; Nobel prize for physiology or medicine shared with James Watson and Maurice Wilkins 1962

jackscrew

A jack in which a screw is used for lifting; carries a plate which bears on the load.
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Prof Crick, a professor of computer science and public policy at Cardiff Metropolitan University, will join the board from October 1, 2017.
The observation of living cells and their dynamics is of fundamental importance across all areas of Crick research.
M2 PHARMA-May 24, 2017-AstraZeneca and Francis Crick Institute sign research agreement
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Mr Johnson caused a live television news report to be disrupted when he called for supporters to interrupt broadcaster Michael Crick.
But his apparent plans to go incognito were dashed when he was spotted by TV reporter Michael Crick.
The seven-foot DNAinspired sculpture has been unveiled in Trafalgar Square in London as part of Cancer Research UK's campaign to raise awareness and funds for the Francis Crick Institute, a world-leading centre of biomedical research and innovation due to open in 2016.
The answer came when the inimitable Michael Crick of Channel 4 News questioned Charles about the letters during a visit to a Marks & Spencer store in London (an official visit - he wasn't buying pants
MISS CRICK made a most pleasing impression with a debut win at Newbury and gets the vote to take her career tally to two wins from as many starts.
TRAVEL pillows may look all snuggly and comfy, but the reality is you're more likely to get a crick in the neck than a wink of sleep with one of those horrid squidgy sausages wedged round your neck.
Godfrey Bloom also hit journalist Michael Crick on the head with a brochure and called him a racist outside a fringe meeting of the Ukip conference in London.
La historia del descubrimiento hecho por Watson y Crick y su publicacion se ha narrado multitud de veces, reiterandose en estas fechas en que se ha cumplido el medio siglo de la gesta.