Francis Crick was born on 8th June 1916 in England and died on 28th July 2004 in the USA.
He is most famous for the DNA molecule structure discovery which he did with James D. Watson.
Francis Crick received his BSc degree in Physics from the University College London and later became a PhD student at the Gonville and Caius College.
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