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Maquetas del ADN

Alumnado de 4º ESO ha trabajado en clases de Biología y Geología la molécula de la vida: el ADN. El resultado ha sido una exposición, que se puede observar en la entrada del instituto, con todas las maquetas que ha elaborado. 66 more words

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Terrific Woman Tuesday: Rosalind Franklin

Do you remember learning about DNA in your science class? Your teacher might’ve explained that James Watson and Francis Crick had uncovered the double helix structure of DNA. 168 more words


Women's History Month: Rosalind Franklin (1920-1958)

Confession: I have a semi-obsession with today’s featured woman.

Rosalind Franklin was born in London in 1920. By the age of 15, she knew she wanted to be a scientist. 524 more words


Rosalind Franklin

this morning (thursday 22nd), 9.00-9.45am, on bbc radio 4
rosalind franklin (1920 – 1958) (in the in our time series) (presented by melvyn bragg)

“With: • Patricia Fara, President of the British Society for the History of Science, • Jim Naismith, Interim lead of the Rosalind Franklin Institute, Director of the Research Complex at Harwell and Professor at the University of Oxford, and • Judith Howard, Professor of Chemistry at Durham University. 125 more words

Women scientists who should've won a Nobel Prize #1: Rosalind Franklin

An odd start to the week you may think. There are outstanding female scientists who should’ve been awarded a Nobel Prize. I’m going to list some of the more famous ones. 374 more words


Most men and women, by birth or nature, lack of the means to advance in wealth and power, but all have the ability to advance in knowledge.

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