Rosalind Franklin

Standard Name: Franklin, Rosalind

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1952
Rosalind Franklin began her research in molecular biology at King's College .
25 April 1953
James D. Watson and Francis Crick published the results of their discovery of the three-dimensional structure of DNA, with the help of photographs taken by Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins .
10 December 1962
Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins of Great Britain were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, together with James D. Watson of the USA, for their work on DNA.
By May 1968
James D. Watson published The Double Helix, an account of the discovery of the structure of DNA, the basis of human genetic material; he dedicated it to Naomi Mitchison .
1975
Anne Sayre , in her biography Rosalind Franklin and DNA, set the record straight about Franklin's part in the Nobel-prize-winning research previously credited exclusively to James D. Watson , Francis Crick , and Maurice Wilkins .