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Rosalind Franklin Bobblehead

by Royal Bobbles
Rosalind Franklin bobblehead with double helix and microscope by Royal Bobbles
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Price: $44.95

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Rosalind Franklin Bobblehead

Rosalind Franklin was born into an affluent British family in 1920. She showed remarkable scholastic abilities at an early age and excelled particularly in science. Rosalind, passionate in her desire to become a scientist, earned her PhD in physical chemistry from Cambridge University in 1945.

In 1947, Rosalind moved to Paris where she studied X-ray diffraction under Jacques Mering, focusing primarily on the analysis of carbons. To further her career in science, she moved back to London in 1951 to work as a research associate in biophysics. It was there, at King’s College London, that Rosalind did much of the research and discovery work that led to the understanding of the structure of deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA.

Although Rosalind never knew how great her contributions to the scientific community were, her research of virus structure, expertise in x-ray diffraction and her role in the discovery of DNA structure were considerable to her field, paving the way for others to make new scientific discoveries, otherwise overlooked.

Product Reviews

5.0 / 5 Based on 7 Reviews
"cheesy but nice" - B Anana
"Hi quality product. Needed it to go in front of my Watson and Crick bobbleheads. " - Frank
"This is a beautiful model of an important scientist. I have it on my desk and it makes for a great conversation piece in my classroom. It appreciate that you took the time and effort to acknowledge Rosalind Franklin and her work, especially since she never not get the recognition she deserved during her lifetime. Thank you. " - A. Robinson
"I love it! I show a movie to my students about Rosalind Franklin when we are studying Genetics. They are as enthralled by her story as I am!" - Beverly Hawkins
"it's gorgeous" - Alessandro

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