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Photograph 51

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Time Out says

Scientist Rosalind Franklin’s pioneering work on the double-helix structure of DNA should have netted her a Nobel Prize. Instead, all the credit went to—you’re never going to believe this—her male coworkers. Anna Ziegler’s Photograph 51 captures the complexity of Franklin’s life and the groundbreaking nature of her work.


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