Rosalind Franklin

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Rosalind Franklin

Rosalind Franklin

Rosalind franklin was just a chemist for most of her life.

She went to Birkbeck University in London.

In 1953 She discoverd the Molecular Structure of DNA under a microscope and she is most famous for her defracted inmage of it.

In 1953, she started to work on a model of the DNA she saw. Unfortunately, Maurice willkins, Watson and Crick, 3 men who saw her creation, knew how valuable her research was.

The men built their own model and stole the credit that should have gone to Rosalind Franklin. Willkins won the Nobel Prize of Science and a National Geographic was published about him.

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In 1945 after her death, Watson had a change of heart, and confessed to stealing her research.

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Unfortunately, she died on April 25, 1953, from ovarian cancer. She was posthumously given the Nobel Prize of science.

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