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  1. Año: 1987. Título original: The Race for the Double Helix. Sinopsis: La historia de la rivalidad que hubo en los años 50 entre dos equipos de científicos que intentaban descubrir la estructura del ADN. Francis Crick y James D. Watson en la Universidad de Cambridge y ...Puedes ver The Race for the Double Helix (TV) mediante en las plataformas:

  2. Life Story (known as The Race for the Double Helix in the United States) is a 1987 television historical drama which depicts the progress toward, and the competition for, the discovery of the structure of DNA in the early 1950s.

  3. La doble hélice. Mick Jackson, 1987. 97 minutos. Sinopsis: James Watson, un estudiante postdoctoral norteamericano de poco más de veinte años, y el joven científico británico Francis Crick emprenden una carrera por descifrar la estructura del ADN antes de que Linus Pauling, Maurice Wilkins o Rosalind Franklin dieran con la clave para hacerlo.

  4. The Race for the Double Helix (TV) is a film directed by Mick Jackson with Jeff Goldblum, Tim Pigott-Smith, Alan Howard, Juliet Stevenson .... Year: 1987. Original title: The Race for the Double Helix. Synopsis: a dramatic rendering of intellectual competition for the discovery of the DNA structure in the 1950s.

  5. Based on a true story, the film focuses on two rival teams of scientists in a race to discover the structure of DNA: James Watson (Jeff Goldblum) and Francis Crick (Tim Pigott-Smith) at Cambridge University and Maurice Wilkins (Alan Howard) and Rosalind Franklin (Juliet Stevenson) at King’s College London.

  6. The Race for the Double Helix: Directed by Mick Jackson. With Jeff Goldblum, Tim Pigott-Smith, Alan Howard, Juliet Stevenson. Watson and Crick race to find the structure of DNA before Linus Pauling, Maurice Wilkins, or Rosalind Franklin can find the key to unlocking the secret.

  7. American scientist Jim Watson (Jeff Goldblum) joins forces with his English counterpart, Francis Crick (Tim Pigott-Smith), and together they strive to outdo their brilliant contemporaries as they...