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Rosalind Franklin, Molecular Biologist

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 Rosalind Franklin with microscope in 1955

Rosalind Franklin: Pioneer Molecular Biologist

The discovery of the structure of DNA has been called one of the most important scientific achievements in human history; Rosalind Franklin is the woman behind the helix

Rosalind Franklin's Legacy, PBS

See also, Rosalind Franklin: People and Discoveries from PBS


Rosalind Franklin: Great Minds




The Rosalind Franklin Papers from National Library of Medicine




Rosalind Franklin and the Double Helix, Physics Today (March 2003)





The Controversy over the Noble Prize

Rosalind Franklin and DNA: How Wronged Was She? Scientific American (November 3, 2010)

Did Watson and Crick Really Steal Rosalind Franklin's Data? The Guardian (June 23, 2015)

2 Noble Prizes: What Rosalind Franklin's Work on DNA and Viruses Should Have Won

The Secret of Photo 51 from Nova

Rosalind Franklin: DNA's Unsung Hero, TED-Ed


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Play the DNA--The Double Helix Game from Noble Prize.org


DNA—You Try It, an interactive site from PBS


Rosalind Franklin Interactive 3D Discovery Experience 




This is a podcast about the life and accomplishments of Rosalind Franklin, including her work with the double helix of DNA


Photograph 51, a stage play by Anna Ziegler





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