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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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Interview with Zoe Philpott (Creator of Ada.Ada.Ada.)

Zoe Philpott is the director and creator of Ada.Ada.Ada. Ada a new theatrical lecture designed to tell the story of Ada Lovelace, one of the most overlooked and yet fascinating women in scientific history, and to encourage women to engage more with STEM subject.  1,356 more words


Of Rosalind Franklin Of DNA #3

Rosalind Franklin and DNA by Anne Sayre

This is my 4th auto/biography after Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr. and Cassius Clay. I must say that I find joy reading biographies from time to time and I surely learn more than just about the individual and how he/she impacted the community he/she was in. 1,033 more words


Changing the World - Unknown Contributions

Little Known

People Who

Changed the World

For many different reasons, the people on this list aren’t household names, but they had a major impact on the world. 3,546 more words