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Why James Watson is so special


The Mitchison dynasty
Martin Raff Scientist
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Mike Klymkowsky
Wednesday, 14 July 2010 05:46 PM
Martin's story and Av's advice about sharing should be required listening for all young (and old)...
Martin's story and Av's advice about sharing should be required listening for all young (and old) scientists.

Martin Raff is a Canadian-born neurologist and research biologist who has made important contributions to immunology and cell development. He has a special interest in apoptosis, the phenomenon of cell death. Recently retired from his professorship at University College, London, these stories were recorded in 2000.

Listeners: Christopher Sykes

Christopher Sykes is a London-based television producer and director who has made a number of documentary films for BBC TV, Channel 4 and PBS.

Tags: Boston, San Francisco, Mitchison lab, Australia, Avrion Mitchison, JBS Haldane, Naomi Mitchison, Timothy Mitchison, Denis Mitchison, Murdoch Mitchison

Duration: 5 minutes, 21 seconds

Date story recorded: 2000

Date story went live: 13 July 2010