This year marks 100 years since the birth of the remarkable Rosalind Franklin, born on the 25th July 1920. Her distinguished career in crystallography not only led to understanding the structure of DNA, but also advanced studies on coal and carbon as well as the structure of viruses. This centenary series from the Rosalind Franklin Institute, hosted by science journalist Izzie Clarke, will explore Franklin’s life, work and legacy.

The Rosalind Franklin Centenary Series is a Campus PR production.