Why ‘The Dark Lady of DNA’ should have shared Watson and Crick’s Nobel

When it comes to her place in the history of the double helix’s delineation, Rosalind Franklin has not received fair treatment. Or so maintains Dr. Lynne Elkin, a professor of biological sciences at CSU who spends much of her time these days trying to clarify Franklin’s significant role in one of the 20th century’s greatest scientific discoveries.

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