stem cells in their environment
The Franklin sisters visit the lab
20 November 2013
By Christine Weber
Among some of our lab's recent visitors were the three nieces of Rosalind Franklin. While visiting London for a birthday celebration they stopped by in the lab and had a look around. Rosalind Franklin, who used to work at King's in the 50s, is best known for her X-ray diffraction work which eventually led to the discovery of the DNA double helix.