DNA the Secret of Life - James Watson
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DNA the Secret of Life - James Watson

The great adventure of Watson and Crick
3.9 (8 ratings)
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308 students enrolled
Last updated 5/2015
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 3 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • 16 masterclasses and 1 hour and more of content
  • You will learn what DNA is
  • You will learn how DNA was discovered and its structure
  • You will learn how DNA is made up and how its hereditary information is trasmitted
Requirements
  • Interest in science
  • Attending the course does not need any scientific skill since it is presented in a clear and simple manner
Description

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If you are as crazy and passionate about true knowledge as our community and believe that true knowledge is true wealth, then our courses are for you.

In this masterclass we will see the discovery of the structure of DNA through the words of one of its creators, the Nobel Prize Winner for Medicine James Watson.

In the mid-nineteenth century biology had taken great leaps and bounds thanks to the research of Mendel and the discovery of DNA. A century later, a couple of fundamental questions still keep scientists searching: what is DNA made up and how is its hereditary information transmitted? The story of a sensational discovery and the dawn of a new era in genetics.

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With this course you will learn:

  • Over 20 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
  • You will learn what DNA is
  • You will learn how DNA was discovered and its structure
  • You will learn how DNA is made up and how its hereditary information is trasmitted

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Who this course is for:
  • Everyone interested in science and who would like to learn more about DNA
Course content
Expand all 19 lectures 01:16:40
+ A team of bold young people
4 lectures 19:36
Encounter with Crick
05:52
Genes and DNA
02:40
A first approach to the DNA model
07:30
Components of DNA
03:34
+ A historic discovery
4 lectures 18:30
Competition between the two sides of the ocean
05:01
Halfway through
00:33
The discovery of the double helix
06:59
Towards the Nobel Prize
05:57
+ From DNA to genetics
4 lectures 18:43
Genetic code, RNA and proteins
02:19
The transmission of messages
06:36
A new era of genetics
03:08
Rearranging DNA for research
06:40
+ Supplements
3 lectures 05:24
James D. Watson: Nobel Prize for Medicine 1962
02:55
Francis Crick: Nobel Prize for Medicine 1962
01:59
Conclusion
00:30