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Balanced treatment of a controversial subject. You can form your own opinion on Dr. Franklin's attitude and interpersonal skills as well as her
Approach to discovering the... Read more
Read it only if you want the truth about the double helix. What a bright young women; way ahead of her time; the tragedy of the very bright and focused scientist.Published 1 month ago by World traveler
Rosalind Franklin has become a touchstone for debate in science. Franklin, fierce in her determination for accurate scientific data under very difficult social circumstances, died... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniel Putman
After reading “Spinster” by Kate Bolick, I decided to find my own awakeners. Since I have Ph.D. in Genetics, I started with Rosalind Franklin. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carol Palmer
This is an excellent biography of a very skilled practitioner of science whose life was cut short by cancer. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Thomas C. Fletcher
Having studied and made a career in biological science, I enjoyed the new perspective this book provided on the legend of Rosalind Franklin.Published 10 months ago by Kjpnut
If you want to read a biography of Rosalind Franklin you have a choice between two separate efforts: "Rosalind Franklin and DNA" by Anne Sayre (1975) or "The Dark lady of DNA" by... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Normand Hamel