Interview with Professor Aaron Klug by Joanna Rose, science writer, 7 December 2001.
Professor Klug talks about his early years in Cambridge; his work on the tobacco mosaic virus with Rosalind Franklin (3:20); electromicroscopical methods for studying viruses (6:55); the most significant discovery in molecular biology (10:34); the years as director at MRC Laboratory (12:31); and new research interests (14:50).
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