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- Lab strips titles of genetic pioneer over race remarks Newsday
- Noble prize-winning DNA pioneer James Watson, 90, is stripped of his honorary titles at lab Daily Mail
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A scientist whose DNA discovery won him a Nobel prize has been stripped of the last of his honorary titles after he repeated a belief that blacks were intellectually inferior to whites.James Watson, 90, made the genetic claims in a documentary about his life on an American TV channel. Marilyn
Nobel Prize-winning scientist James Watson has repeated remarks about race and intelligence.
New York laboratory cuts ties with 90-year-old scientist who helped discover DNA, revoking all titles and honors
James Watson, 90, shared a 1962 Nobel Prize for discovering that DNA was a double helix. Now Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, in New York, has removed his titles over remarks he made about race.