Rosalind Franklin and the DNA Helix

The fourth in a series of four biographies about overlooked women in science

Source: New York Historical Society
Franklin was the Assistant Research Officer with the British Coal Utilization Research Association. Source: US National Library of Medicine.
Simple diagram of how diffraction patterns are generated. Source: Science Direct
Franklin’s famous Photo 51. Source: Franklin, R. and Gosling, R.G./Nature.
Crick, Watson and Wilkins. Source: Science History Institute

A New York City high school sophmore passionate about redefining space exploration.