What date was Rosalind Franklin born on?
July 25th, 1920
July 26th, 1920
September 20th, 1921
June 25th, 1947
Rosalind Franklin was a scientist
What discovery did Rosalind Franklin make that was very controversial
The discovery of the double helix
The discovery of human cells
The discovery of coal
The discovery of X-ray
Which two men stole Rosalind Franklin's discovery of the double helix
Max Born and Ernest Rutherford
Edwin Hubble and John Dalton
James Watson and Francis Crick
Robert Boyle and Willebrord Snell
Rosalind Franklin did not live through World War 2
Beside Rosalind Franklin's work in DNA, what else did she work on in her life time?
Her work in soil
Her work in coal
Her work in Human cells
Her work in bone marrow
What university did Rosalin Franklin get her Ph.D from
University of Yale
Where did Rosalind Franklin work on X-ray diffraction?
How was Rosalind Franklin influential to our society?
Rosalind Franklin's discovery in DNA allowed her and future scientis to learn the human body and how they could fix defects in DNA that made mutations.
Rosalind Franklins humanitarian efforts in World War two made her a famous woman for her courages acts and the amount of money she donated to the war efforts.
Rosalind Franklin changed society through her discoveries in the structure of DNA. Those discoveries helped future scientist figure out the human body more and how it acted. Her experiment helped the field of medicine and biology and how scientist can help society.
What did Rosalind Franklin use to find the double helix?
At what age did Rosalind Franklin decide to become a scientist ?
Rosalind Franklin was taught by Jacques Mering in Paris
Where did Rosalind Franklin work on DNA
Her house where she lived
King's College in London
Jacques Mering's lab in Paris
What type of work did Rosalind Franklin's father want her do to?
He wanted her to work in science fields.
He wanted her to work in public service.
He wanted her to work in medicine.
He wanted her to work in the church.