Dr. Brock standing in nature, smiling for the camera and wearing binoculars around his neck
Microbiologist Thomas Brock Dies at 94
Brock’s discovery of a thermophile bacteria at Yellowstone National Park in 1966 eventually enabled the development of PCR.
Microbiologist Thomas Brock Dies at 94
Microbiologist Thomas Brock Dies at 94

Brock’s discovery of a thermophile bacteria at Yellowstone National Park in 1966 eventually enabled the development of PCR.

Brock’s discovery of a thermophile bacteria at Yellowstone National Park in 1966 eventually enabled the development of PCR.

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