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Rosalind Franklin
Rosalind Franklin's X-ray studies of molecules played a crucial role in the 1953 discovery of the structure of DNA. Rosalind Franklin was born and raised in London, and received both a B.A. (1941) and a PhD (1945) from Cambridge University. She studi... More »
Born: July 25, 1920 (age 97), London, England
Died: April 16, 1958

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Rosalind was the elder daughter and the second child in the family of five children. David (born 1919) was the eldest brother; Colin ...

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Jul 7, 2016 ... Scientist Rosalind Franklin's work paved the way for the discovery of the ... that led to the discovery of "the secret of life"—the structure of DNA.

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"Science and everyday life cannot and should not be separated. Science, for me, gives a partial explanation of life. In so far as it goes, it is based on fact, ...

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Rosalind Franklin's X-ray work played a crucial role in the discovery of DNA's ... I spent my life going from one to the other, giving messages, trying to play the ...

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Nov 10, 2015 ... If ever there was a case of someone who didn't get the recognition she deserved, it's Rosalind Franklin. The British-born chemist did pioneering ...

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Rosalind Franklin was born in London, England. Her family was well-to-do and both sides were very involved in social and public works. Franklin's father wanted  ...

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Rosalind Franklin was an outstanding accomplished scientist, a fascinating ... Later in life she used her talent as an artist and machinist to first sketch, and then  ...

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Jun 2, 2017 ... Rosalind Franklin: July 25, 1920 London, England April 16, 1958 London British scientist best known for her contributions to the discovery of ...

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There is probably no other woman scientist with as much controversy surrounding her life and work as Rosalind Franklin. Franklin was responsible for much of ...