Rosalind Franklin and DNA

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W. W. Norton & Company, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 221 pages
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Presents the frequently overlooked story of the woman who helped discover the double helix structure of DNA, detailing the contributions of scientist Rosalind Franklin to the work of Watson, Crick, and Wilkins.
 

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OK, so it's probably a little biased because it's clear that the author was close friends with Ms Franklin, but nonetheless, it painted a very interesting picture of the woman who made many ... Read full review

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Contents

An Introduction
15
Rosalind
25
Paris
67
The Problem
76
One Cannot Explain These Clashes of Personality
94
The Making of a Discovery
108
She Was Definitely Antihelical
120
On the One Hand a Defeat On the Other a Triumph
137
Winner Take All
156
What She Touched She Adorned
168
The Last Chapter
182
Afterword
188
Notes
201
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About the author (2000)

Anne Sayre was a well-known journalist and a close friend of Rosalind Franklin's.

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