Hi, my names Rosalind Franklin. I am a scientist. I was born on July 25, 1920 into a family of five. I often did science and math for fun. I helped with the discovery of the double-strand helix. My friend Mr. Crick is coming to help me with my study. Oh look, there he is now!
Rosalind, I am here!
Hello friend, the weather is terrible outside. I'm very wet, but we need to get to work on this study.
Mr. Crick here has helped me with my research on DNA and is one of the only male I can tolerate and doesn't shun me.
So, since you came here last I found that the double-strand DNA with make a contribution to our family history and well as in the doctors medical record.
Sounds good Rosa, I also saw a relation between the genetics, but also genetic diseases.
Next week I have a presentation for my new discoveries and I need as much information as possible. Once I'm finished finding all of my information here, I can use it with information on the Tobacco Mosaic Virus.
Rosa, I got a message from one of the people you're presenting to and they don't want you to present because you are a lady. They want to hear fromof the other scientist.
How is this fair? It's my work, I did a vast majority myself and I want to present it myself. Are they ever going to allow me to do anything?
I will try to convince them to allow you to present. They still believe that you aren't giving them any work because your peers are taking all the credit.