Crick institute opens its doors to the public

It's now 64 years since British scientist Francis Crick discovered the shape of human DNA - the famous double helix - and revolutionised the world of biology. Last year, the largest medical research unit opened in Europe was named in his honour.

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    It's now 64 years since British scientist Francis Crick discovered the shape of human DNA - the famous double helix - and revolutionised the world of biology.

    Last year, the largest medical research unit opened in Europe was named in his honour.

    It's now opening its doors to the public for a special exhibition that runs until October 28.

    Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin reports from London.


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