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Akshay Rao, a Research Fellow at the Cavendish Laboratory and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, who lead the study with colleagues Philip Chow and Dr.
In 1962, Sanger moved to the Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, together with Max Perutz's group from the Cavendish Laboratory (that group included Crick and John Kendrew, among others), and that is when he became interested in nucleic acids.
He witnessed the prelude to that age as a student at the famous Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge, England, where he arrived in 1895, an epochal year in physics.
The agreement is an outcome of the strong links established at an academic level with the University of Central Asia by the Cambridge Central Asia Forum (CCAF), the Cavendish Laboratory and others.
For Christine Stone, school teacher, teacher trainer and author of school textbooks and lately children's fiction, the rudimentary school classrooms in the remote mountains and the scorching plains of Nepal are a far cry from the world-famous Cavendish Laboratory of University of Cambridge.
Prof Clement, who sits on the board of several technology companies and is chairman of the Welsh Assembly Government's expert panel on resource management, added, 'He is now director of the Mind-Matter Unification Project of the Theory of Condensed Matter Group at the Cavendish laboratory at Cambridge University.
As such, he is now making a case for sites such as Cambridge's Cavendish Laboratory, Isaac Newton's House in Lincolnshire and the Jodrell Bank Observatory near Manchester to be considered as possible future contenders for world heritage status.
In this regard, Rutherford punctually closed the Cavendish Laboratory at six o'clock each evening.
Bernal's Crystallographic Laboratory as a graduate student, it was a small, dingy sub-department of the famous Cavendish Laboratory headed by Ernest Rutherford, the discoverer of the atomic nucleus, who was regarded as the world's greatest experimental physicist.
Crick and Watson of the United States discovered the double-helix structure of deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA, in 1953 while working in Cavendish Laboratory in Britain.
It was 1953, while working in Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge, that Northampton born Crick, 36 at the time, and the American Watson, just 24, struck upon the famous double-helix structure - like a twisted ladder - of deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA.
Watson at Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge in England.
Professor Brian Josephson, recipient of the Nobel Prize in physics in 1973, is director of the Mind-Matter Unification Project of the Theory of Condensed Matter Group at the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, England.
They were at the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, and as Crick has said: "I was trying to write a thesis on the x-ray diffraction of proteins, while Jim had ostensibly come to Cambridge to help crystallise myoglobin.
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