Biography Of Rosalind Franklin

Biography Of Rosalind Franklin   Rosalind is a British chemical scientist who played a pivotal part in the discovery of the DNA’s structure. While Nobel Prizes are not presented in the event of death but they are awarded after the Nobel Committee recognized the work she carried out between 1982 and 1962. Franklin was born into an extremely highly connected Jewish family from London, England, in 1920. Her great-uncle had been Herbert Samuel. Herbert Samuel was the first practicing Jewish in the British cabinet. He was Home Secretary in 1916. Rosalind was a beautiful young girl however, she was also in …

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