A Biophysics Christmas

King’s College London Department of Biophysics celebrated Christmas in their own distinctive style in 1962. This was the year that saw Francis Crick, Jim Watson and King’s Maurice Wilkins awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work in determining the structure of DNA. The Biophysics staff marked this achievement with DNA double helix model trees, one featuring a Maurice Wilkins Christmas angel, plus Sir John Randall as Father Christmas!

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