DNA base pairs
1953 picture of Francis Crick (L) and James Watson (R) walking along the backs of King's College in Cambridge.
Linus Pauling's triple-helix model for DNA and the reaction to this incorrect model.
Image depicting DNA helix model and table.
Although the chemistry was wrong, Linus Pauling's triple-stranded DNA model was a catalyst for James Watson and Francis Crick to solve the structure of DNA.
DNA as a double helix.
Animation of 2D DNA model becoming three dimensional.
James Watson describes the triple helix model proposed by Linus Pauling.
James Watson talks about who he thinks should have won the Nobel Prize in 1962.