I am very happy to meet my friend Watson here today at the awards ceremony
Thank you all for joining us!
So am I, Crick. We are very proud to have done great research and created the first correct model of the structure of DNA, which brought us to win a Nobel Prize, and without the help of each other, we would not have achieved this.
As you can see, recognition of my work was practically snatched away. It is rare that my name is mentioned when talking about this discovery.
I hope to have inspired and continue to inspire women with great intelligence; I am happy to have been able to be part of those who stood up for themselves when we were judged for being women. Thank you for reading my story!
I died at the age of 37 from cancer, and I didn't know to what extent Crick and Watson depended on my research. In 1962, they were awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for their research on the DNA molecule.
Hi, Rosalind, I'm Jim Watson, I also study DNA structure and I can see that your work is not the best, it lacks some details.
I was just saying my opinion
Hmm, yes, I know who you are. I'm doing a good job and don't need feedback. Women can do a good job too
Tell me how to do my job as a woman, it's not an opinion, Watson.
After a few months...
Hi, I'm Carol Hudes, from the BBC News. Today I am here with Jenifer Glyn, sister of the renowned Rosalind Franklin.
That's right, Carol, thank you very much for inviting me, it is important to talk about this issue.
We are here to talk about Rosalind's experience of her stay at the University
So, tell us, what has she told you about her experience?
It has been very hard, we are more aware of her unhappiness than her work, she is denied access and rest because she is a woman...
I have information from Franklin's research, and it would be very useful for us to advance our work. She really did a good job, and you could tell Francis too
I could see the quality when I went to the University, so, I think it could help Francis Crick and me to conclude the research.