Wilson and Watson on Darwin

James Watson, co-winner of the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1962 for the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA, and E.O. Wilson, father of the discipline of Sociobiology, discuss the genius, the implications and the legacy of Darwin.



Watson has written The Double Helix, which is considered one of the top 100 non-fiction books of the Modern Library. He also wrote The Molecular Biology of the Gene, which set the new standard for textbooks.

E.O. Wilson is the author of greatly acclaimed books such as Sociobiology: The New Synthesis; On Human Nature; and Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge.
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