January 4 2012 Biology Newsletter
I can't believe that I've been the editor of the Biology site here at BellaOnline for a complete year now! I can't tell you how rewarding it has been to write informational articles for my readers young and old and to have built up a personal relationship with many of you. I'm very much looking forward to 2012!
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Rosalind Elsie Franklin - The Early Years
Responsible in large part for the extensive research that led to the description and understanding of deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA, she was never recognized for this accomplishment during her short life.
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