This day in Jewish history / A pioneer of DNA research dies
Rosalind Franklin, British physical chemist who helped discover the structure of DNA, died of ovarian cancer at the age of 37.
On April 16, 1958, Rosalind Franklin, the British-Jewish physical chemist whose experimental findings played a significant role in the discovery of the structure of DNA, died, at the tragically young age of 37.
register with haaretz
Like us on Facebook and get articles directly in your news feed