January 11 2012 Biology Newsletter
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This week's article is a follow up to last week's "Rosalind Elsie Franklin - The Early Years." In this article we focus primarily on Franklin's work on the DNA project.
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Rosalind Elsie Franklin - DNA Research
Responsible in large part for the extensive research that led to the description and understanding of deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA, Rosalind Franklin was never recognized for this accomplishment during her short life.
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