Minimalist Poster Series Honors Science’s Women Pioneers - My Modern Metropolis

Minimalist Poster Series Honors Science’s Women Pioneers - My Modern Metropolis

Minimalist poster by Hydrogene, celebrating Rosalind Franklin (25 July 1920 – 16 April 1958). Pinned in honour of her birthday. Her pioneering  X-ray diffraction images of DNA led to Crick and Watson's discovery of its structure. Her images and  accurate interpretation of the data provided the necessary insight into the DNA structure, but Franklin's contributions to the discovery of the double helix are often overlooked.

Minimalist poster by Hydrogene, celebrating Rosalind Franklin (25 July 1920 – 16 April 1958). Pinned in honour of her birthday. Her pioneering X-ray diffraction images of DNA led to Crick and Watson's discovery of its structure. Her images and accurate interpretation of the data provided the necessary insight into the DNA structure, but Franklin's contributions to the discovery of the double helix are often overlooked.

Animation showing spread of the Black Death in Europe, 1346-1353.

Animation showing spread of the Black Death in Europe, 1346-1353.

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‘First you see, then you know’: Becoming more creative in academic work

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