What's on archive 2008
DNA Event: Rosalind Franklin14 Apr 2008, 18:00-19:30, Edmond J. Safra Lecture Theatre, Strand Campus
School / area: Public Relations
Location: Strand Campus
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King’s is hosting an event to celebrate Rosalind Franklin, whose pioneering work at King’s was key to the discovery of the structure of DNA. Professor Noreen Murray, Professor Ray Gosling and Professor Ellen Solomon will speak at the event.
- Professor Noreen Murray FRS FRSE FKC is a molecular geneticist, and an alumna of King’s.
- Professor Ray Gosling FKC worked with both Franklin and Wilkins as a PhD student at King’s. He and Franklin published their X-ray findings alongside Crick and Watson in ‘Nature’ in April 1953.
- Professor Ellen Solomon FKC is Head of the Division of Medical & Molecular Genetics at King’s.
The event is open to all - but please note admittance will be on a first come, first served basis.
For more information about DNA: The King's story please visit the webpages.
Contact name: Alex Bevis
Tel: 0207 848 3202
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