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 ... Her aunt, Helen Caroline ...
Rosalind's father Ellis maintained the family wealth by following the Franklin
tradition of ... 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, ... Her photographs are among the most beautiful X-ray photographs of
Her family was well-to-do and both sides were very involved in social and public
... Rosalind Franklin was extremely intelligent and she knew by the age of 15 ...
Her father actively discouraged her interest since it was very difficult for women to
have ... Franklin did not know Watson and Crick as well as Wilkins did and never
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
Rosalind Franklin (born 25th July, 1920) was born into an affluent family, but ...
could not get a formal degree, as Cambridge did not give degrees to women (it ...
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. ... among
the most beautiful x-ray photographs of any substance ever taken” (1958, p. ....
and artistic family previously unconnected with sciences, Rosalind Franklin was a
Rosalind Franklin was part of the discovery of the structure of DNA, though she
died ... Her family was well-off; her father a banker with socialist leanings who
taught at the ... 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,
1920 - 1958. Rosalind Franklin always liked facts. ... She passed the examination
for admission to Cambridge University in 1938, and it sparked a family crisis.
Sep 19, 2013 ... Rosalind Franklin was a scientist whose contributions to the discovery of ... Many
people recall that the structure of the DNA molecule has the shape of a double
helix. ... and was known in the family for being very clever and outspoken. ... to
leave King's was that she would not pursue any research on DNA, ...
Biography of Rosalind Franklin. ... took in two Jewish children from Nazi Germany
to live in their home as part of the family. ... far as I can see, they have no
foundation other than they lead to a pleasanter view of life (and an ... This she did