Rosalind Elsie Franklin

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“Chemist Rosalind Franklin born recognised only posthumously for her contribution to understanding of DNA” Chemist, Ladies Day, Change The World, Role Models, Dna, Portrait, Gallery, Celebrities, People

Rosalind Elsie Franklin: química y cristalógrafa

Su contribución a la comprensión de la estructura del ADN fue de vital importancia para el posterior avance en la materia

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This is officially the woman who has changed the world the most

​Pioneering scientist and double-Nobel prize winner Marie Curie has been voted the woman with the most influential impact on world history. BBC History magazine ​created a list of "100 women who changed the world​" as selected by 10 experts, and asked readers to rank them.

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Rosalind Franklin: The Overlooked Discoverer of DNA

The three men who accepted the Nobel Prize for "the most important scientific discovery of the 20th century" neglected to mention one thing: they owed much of their success to one brash, brilliant, and overlooked female scientist.

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Rosalind Elsie Franklin | Jewish Women's Archive

Rosalind Elsie Franklin (1920 – 1958) unwittingly provided much of the foundation for James Watson and Francis Crick's "discovery" of the structure of DNA in 1953. Nine years later, Watson, Crick and Maurice Wilkins received the Nobel Prize in medicine for their joint findings. But because the Nobel Prize can be awarded only to the living, Franklin, who died of cancer at the age of 37, could not be honored. It was only during the 1990s that she received due credit for her extraordinary…

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11 of History’s Fiercest Females Everyone Should Know

From the female Paul Revere and a Hollywood starlet-turned-scientist to a political pioneer and the first female sports star, HISTORY champions the legacies of these daring women.

Rosalind Franklin obtained this X-ray diffraction pattern of DNA in which triggered the idea that DNA was a helix. Molecular Structure Of Dna, Biology, Behavior, Psychology, Youtube, Pattern, History, Behance, Psicologia

Rosalind Franklin's X-ray Diffraction Pattern of DNA (explained ) | DNA structure

Rosalind Franklin obtained this X-ray diffraction pattern of DNA in 1952. which triggered the idea that DNA was a helix.

Rosalind Franklin is the forgotten woman behind the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA. James Watson, Alfred Nobel, Last Will And Testament, Prix Nobel, Dna Model, Nobel Prize Winners, List Of Questions, Working Mother, Women In History

Rosalind Elsie Franklin

Née à Londres le 25 juillet 1920, Rosalind Elsie Franklin était une élève exemplaire. Femme et juive en cette première moitié du XXe siècle marquée par la guerre, elle intègre l’université de...