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Rosalind Franklin

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Rosalind Franklin picked by Kate Bingham, former head of the UK government's vaccine taskforce

Great Lives

Rosalind Franklin was born in 1920 and studied Natural Sciences. After working in Paris at the Laboratoire Central - where she became an x-ray crystallographer - she moved to King's College London. Here she helped to take the famous Photograph 51 which led to the discovery of the double helix shape of DNA. Her contribution was famously and disgracefully downplayed by the men who won the Nobel Prize. Later at Birkbeck College she undertook pioneering work of the structure of viruses before dying of ovarian cancer, aged just 37.Nominating Rosalind Franklin is Kate Bingham. She chaired the UK government's Vaccine Taskforce, and she also attended the same school as Rosalind Franklin - St Paul's Girls' School in London. Further contributions from Dr Patricia Fara of Clare College, Cambridge, and Howard Bailes, archivist of St Paul's School.Archive contributors include Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins and Colin Franklin.The producer in Bristol is Miles Warde

27mins

30 Aug 2022

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Rosalind Franklin - Bonnie’s 1 Cool Science Gal

Gals Guide

Bonnie starts off Science Gals month talking about the "Dark Lady of DNA" Dr. Rosalind Franklin. You might know her better as the one who wrote all the notes about DNA and then some dude named Watson took them and published them first. Deliciously feisty episode! 

47mins

2 May 2022

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53. Arguments We Are Tired of Having, Oscar Slap, Rosalind Franklin!

What Did You Say?

What argument are you tired of having?  Audra and Ann have a lot to say about these arguments.  We also discuss the slap heard around the world from the Oscars, celebrate women's history month with a look at Rosalind Franklin and Audra's favorite thing will brighten up your day.   -------- Email: audraANDann@gmail.com       -------- Connect with us on Facebook -  https://tinyurl.com/2vfy2zb2 -------- Instagram search for WhatDidYouSayAA--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/audraandann/support

1hr 8mins

30 Mar 2022

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Rosalind Franklin | Women of Science

Unsobered: Badass Women in History and Literature

Join Julia as she talks about the absolute badass woman of science, Rosalind Franklin BUY MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/user/unsobered-podcast Support the Podcast: www.patreon.com/unsoberedpod Follow the Podcast: Twitter: @unsoberedpod Instagram: @unsoberedpod Contact the Podcast: unsoberedpod@gmail.com Follow the host: Instagram: @juliagoestexas Twitter: @juliagoestexas Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC32J4oBab6DVsS2zHCLffJw Graphic Designs: Vashaun Brandon Instagram: @vashaundesigns

48mins

18 Mar 2022

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Rosalind Franklin

Cowboy Chemistry

Do you know Rosalind Franklin? She is sometimes called the dark lady of DNA; she was a chemist and X-ray crystallographer that collected the crucial data that allowed Watson and Crick to create their model of the double helix. Unfortunately she did not get the credit she deserved for her contributions during her lifetime.  Music by: Brian Mylls Photo by: Vittorio Luzzati Guest: Gabby Settlemire

59mins

28 Jan 2022

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Rosalind Franklin

STEMinism

Hi friends! You probably missed us last week :) Ellen and I decided we will take one week out each month to take a well deserved break. It may not seem as much, but each episode takes a bunch of work for research, recording and cutting :) But we're so glad to be back. This week with Rosalind Franklin, the mother of DNA. Rosalind and her PhD student took the first picture of DNA, which was then swooped up by 3 men, who went and received a Nobel Prize for their discovery of the structure of DNA. We believe Rosalind would have deserved to share that prize as well. Unfortunately her life was cut short by cancer, similar to many women we've been covering here. We hope you enjoy listening!Referenceshttps://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02144-4https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosalind_Franklinhttps://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/jun/23/sexism-in-science-did-watson-and-crick-really-steal-rosalind-franklins-datahttps://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/rosalind-franklin-a-crucial-contribution-6538012/https://theconversation.com/sexism-pushed-rosalind-franklin-toward-the-scientific-sidelines-during-her-short-life-but-her-work-still-shines-on-her-100th-birthday-139249https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aso/databank/entries/bofran.htmlhttps://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/article/rosalind-franklin-legacy/#sayrhttps://www.forbes.com/sites/kionasmith/2018/04/16/rosalind-franklin-died-60-years-ago-today-without-the-nobel-prize-she-deserved/?sh=5da449dc79e7https://www.nature.com/articles/496270a

25mins

15 Aug 2021

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Rosalind Franklin

Famous Personalities

This is the sixth episode in our series Women Scientists. This episode is about the female scientist Rosalind Franklin who made vital discoveries that changed lives. For more episodes, visit our podcast website https://anchor.fm/imaginebrite.

38mins

6 Aug 2021

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Series 2 Ep 17 - Rosalind Franklin

Chickstory

This episode we talk about two incredible women. CITN Lilian Brady and our chick in history Rosalind Franklin, who like so many other women, did a kick ass thing and didn’t get credited for it till after she died.Got an amazing story about a chick in history of your own? Email your Chickstory to mychickstory@gmail.comFollow us on Instagram: @chickstory_podcastExecutive Producers Yvie Jones and Annette StaglienoEdited by Annette StaglienoProduced by Sam PetersenSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/chickstory. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

43mins

2 Jun 2021

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Rosalind Franklin

I Can’t Sleep Podcast

In this episode of the I Can't Sleep Podcast, fall asleep learning about Rosalind Franklin. She was a brilliant scientist who was one of the first to understand and capture images of the structures of DNA. As riveting as the story of her life is, I dare you to make it to the end of the episode in one sitting. Happy sleeping! Get this episode (and more) ad-free at https://anchor.fm/i-cant-sleep/subscribe. Jupiter CBD Oil: Save 20% off your first purchase by entering GETSLEEP upon checkout, or click here: https://www.getjupiter.com/share/icantsleep --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/i-cant-sleep/message

1hr 9mins

28 Mar 2021

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How Rosalind Franklin aided our pandemic response and attracting the world’s top researchers, despite COVID

The Science Show - Full Program Podcast

COVID pandemic an apt time to rewrite the significance of Rosalind FranklinIceberg introduces children to AntarcticaScheme attracts the world’s top researchers to AustraliaChanging language brings pain for someThe Botany of Gin

54mins

6 Mar 2021

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