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Rosalind Franklin

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Rosalind Elsie Franklin (25 July 1920 – 16 April 1958) was an English chemist and X-ray ... Watson suggested that Franklin would have ideally been awarded a Nobel ... Roland (born 1926), and J...

Rosalind Elsie Franklin | Jewish Women's Archive

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Rosalind Franklin was an outstanding accomplished scientist, a fascinating individual ... no gracious mention from either of them during their Nobel Prize speeches. ... Franklin loved precise scientific experimentation, from 1942 to 1946 she did ... by talking more than he would otherwise have to his friends Watson and Crick, ...

Biography 19: Rosalind Elsie Franklin (1920-1958) :: DNA Learning ...

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Rosalind Franklin was extremely intelligent and she knew by the age of 15 that ... Her father actively discouraged her interest since it was very difficult for women to have such a career. ... It was a bad start to a relationship that never got any better. ... Franklin did not know Watson and Crick as well as Wilkins did and never ...

Rosalind Franklin | Biographical summary - What is Biotechnology

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Family Rosalind Elsie Franklin was the eldest daughter and second of five children ... looking after anyone in need, including unmarried mothers, the unemployed, ... Only in 1947, once Cambridge had changed its regulations, did Franklin gain ... were 'amongst the most beautiful x-ray photos of any substance ever taken.

Rosalind Elsie Franklin (1920 - 1958) - Genealogy - Geni

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Jan 3, 2015 ... Genealogy for Rosalind Elsie Franklin (1920 - 1958) family tree on Geni, ... Get Started ... the service was a brief one and no speeches were made. ... <private> Franklin. sibling. <private> Glynn (Franklin). sibling ... But the advance of World War II changed her course of action: not only did she serve as a...

My Sister Rosalind Franklin by Jenifer Glynn - review | Books | The ...

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May 2, 2012 ... Rosalind Franklin: 'simply a very good scientist. ... But human affairs generally involve a tangled skein of interactions between many people, and science is no exception. ... All the protagonists have had their say, one way or another, except ... After DNA she did important work on the structure of the tobacco ...

Rosalind Franklin: Discovered DNA Structure - Women's History

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Rosalind Franklin was part of the discovery of the structure of DNA, though she died ... Rosalind Franklin did not marry or have children; she conceived of her ... The Nobel Prize rules limit the number of persons for any award to three, and also ...

Rosalind Franklin - EpiGeneSys

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However, one unsung heroine of this accomplishment was Rosalind Franklin ... in London into a well-off British Jewish family in 1920, the second of five siblings. ... At the time, the genetic significance of DNA was widely recognised but no one ... But it is her pioneering work on DNA which has been her most notable legacy.

Rocky Road: Rosalind Franklin - Strange Science

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Jul 25, 2013 ... Ten years after Rosalind Franklin's death, James Watson described her thus in ... he and Francis Crick probably would neither have published their famous ... Franklin did not share the Nobel Prize; she died in 1958 at the age of 37. ... As it was, she didn't realize there was any race to publish the structure of...

Rosalind Elsie Franklin Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia ...

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Franklin did not share her findings with Wilkins because she was shocked by his ... One look told Watson that the DNA molecule has the form of a helix. ... are among the most beautiful x-ray photographs of any substance ever taken” (1958, p.

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Rosalind Franklin - Chemist - Biography.com

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Scientist Rosalind Franklin's work paved the way for the discovery of the structure of DNA. ... He has also starred in an array of other projects, including 'Robin and ... "Her photographs were among the most beautiful X-ray photographs of any ... The two scientists did in fact use what they saw in Photo 51 as the basis for...

Rosalind Franklin - Biography, Facts and Pictures - Famous Scientists

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Rosalind Franklin's X-ray work played a crucial role in the discovery of DNA's structure. ... Before beginning university, she abandoned any spiritual adherence to ... She quit after a year: she did not get along with her colleagues, she did not ...

The Rosalind Franklin Papers: Biographical Information

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--Rosalind Franklin in a letter to Ellis Franklin, ca. summer 1940 ... (Her father did not, as some accounts state, oppose her in this, though he might have ...