Rosalind Elsie Franklin (25 July 1920 – 16 April 1958) was an English chemist
and X-ray .... She was eleven when she went to St Paul's Girls' School, West
London, one of the few girls'...
Jul 7, 2016 ... Scientist Rosalind Franklin's work paved the way for the discovery of the structure
of DNA. ... including North London Collegiate School, where she excelled in ...
She went on to work as an assistant research officer at the British Coal ... The two
scientists did in fact use what they saw in Photo 51 as the basis ...
Biography of Rosalind Franklin from Concept 19: The DNA molecule is shaped ...
However, with her excellent education from St. Paul's Girls' School ? one of the
few ... Franklin did not know Watson and Crick as well as Wilkins did and never
truly ... Franklin left Cambridge in 1953 and went to the Birkbeck lab to work on
Rosalind Franklin's X-ray work played a crucial role in the discovery of DNA's
structure. ... Her mother also did charitable work helping the elderly, the
unemployed, and unmarried mothers. ... Rosalind left school in 1938, by which
time there was a growing acceptance ... Franklin was now going to become an
expert in its use.
Sep 19, 2013 ... Rosalind Franklin was a scientist whose contributions to the discovery of the
shape of the DNA molecule went uncredited for many years. ... for PBS' NOVA
television episode titled "The Secret of Photo 51," two of her friends recalled
memories of Franklin's school days. .... How Did Life Arise on Earth?
The life and works of Rosalind Franklin. ... She greatly regreted not having had
the schooling to go to university like her brother and was determined the same ...
He refused to pay. An aunt stepped in and said Franklin should go to school, and
she would pay for it. Franklin's mother also took her side until her father finally ...
Maurice Wilkins and Rosalind Franklin, together with Ray Gosling, Alec Stokes
and Herbert Wilson and other colleagues at the Randall Institute at King's, made
Franklin excelled at science and attended one of the few girls' schools in London
... dining rooms, and after hours Franklin's colleagues went to men-only pubs. ...
What is clear is that she did have a meaningful role in learning the structure of ...
--Rosalind Franklin in a letter to Ellis Franklin, ca. summer 1940 ... Rosalind
attended St. Paul's School for Girls, which emphasized preparing its graduates ...
tours, and hiking became one of Rosalind's lifelong passions, as did foreign