DNA: The Secret of Life. In this book, written to tie-in with a major PBS series in the US, Watson tells the story of this research and its impact on the world in which we live, from its beginnings to the present.
p53: The Gene that Cracked the Cancer Code tells the story of the discovery of the gene and of medical science's mission to unravel its mysteries and get to the heart of what happens in our cells when they turn cancerous. Through the personal accounts of key researchers, the book reveals the excitement of the hunt for new cures -- the hype, the enthusiasm, the lost opportunities, the blind alleys and the thrilling breakthroughs.
NEW BOOK: Introduction to Protein Science. The only text to provide a wide-ranging perspective on the study of protein structure and function in the context of bioinformatics and genomics, with opportunities for problem solving throughout. Provides a wide-ranging perspective on the study of protein structure and function in the context of bioinformatics and genomics.
NEW BOOK: Raw Data: A Novel on Life in Science: Two ambitious and independent-minded scientists are trying to make their mark in the world of biomedical science. They work a top-tier research institute: life in the lab is full of excitement, passion, frustrations, jealousy and the fear of being scooped. Honesty and scientific integrity are questioned when a paper is accepted at a prestigious journal, all are affected and everyone must decide what actions to take to save their careers