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Photograph 51

Author: Anna ZieglerMatthew ArkinMaxwell CaulfieldMichael HackettMiriam MargolyesAll authors
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : L. A. Theatre Works, 2011.
Series: Audio drama: the L.A. Theatre Works collection
Edition/Format:   eAudiobook : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Rosalind Franklin was a gifted research scientist who was part of the race to uncover the secrets of DNA in the 1950s. Her more famous contemporaries Watson and Crick took all the kudos for the discovery of the molecule's double helix structure -- yet it was Franklin's skill with X-ray diffraction that first uncovered what's called "the secret of life".
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Genre/Form: Sound recordings
Material Type: Audio book, etc., Sound recording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Anna Ziegler; Matthew Arkin; Maxwell Caulfield; Michael Hackett; Miriam Margolyes; Jon Matthews; Darren Richardson; Nick Toren; L.A. Theatre Works,
OCLC Number: 823748563
Language Note: This edition in English.
Notes: Title from resource description page (viewed Dec. 13, 2012).
Credits: Director, Michael Hackett.
Performer(s): Performed by Matthew Arkin, Maxwell Caulfield, Miriam Margolyes, Jon Matthews, Darren Richardson, Nick Toren.
Event notes: Recorded at Los Angeles, CA in 2011.
Description: 1 online resource (88 min.).
Series Title: Audio drama: the L.A. Theatre Works collection
Responsibility: by Anna Ziegler.

Abstract:

Rosalind Franklin was a gifted research scientist who was part of the race to uncover the secrets of DNA in the 1950s. Her more famous contemporaries Watson and Crick took all the kudos for the discovery of the molecule's double helix structure -- yet it was Franklin's skill with X-ray diffraction that first uncovered what's called "the secret of life".

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