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Women in Science - Rosalind Franklin Poster

This tribute to Rosalind Franklin, the pioneering chemist and crystallographer who first photographed the double-helix shape of DNA, is sure to be a hit with your science-loving Mighty Girl! In addition to her famous Photograph 51 revealing DNA's structure. Franklin also made contributions to the understanding of the molecular structure of coal, graphite, the polio virus, and the tobacco mosaic virus.

This poster is part of a Women In Science series by artist Rachel Ignotofsky. It is available in 8X10, 11X14, and 16X20 inch sizes and is printed with archival quality ink and paper.

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Recommended Age 3 and up
Manufacturer Rachel Ignotofsky
Series Name Rachel Ignotofsky Women In Science Posters