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Introduction Part I. Postwar Reconstruction and Biophysics: 1. World War II and the mobilisation of British scientists 2. Reconstructing life 3. Proteins, crystals and computers 4. Televisual language Part II. Building Molecular Biology: 5. Locating the double helix 6. Disciplinary moves 7. The origins of molecular biology revisited Part III. Bench Work and Politics: 8. Laboratory cultures 9. On the governmental agenda 10. The end of an era Conclusions.