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On July 25, 1920, biophysicist, crystallographer, and pioneer molecular biologist Rosalind Elsie Franklin was born. She studied natural sciences at Newnham College, Cambridge. Pursuing graduate studies but wishing to contribute to a national effort, Franklin joined the British Coal Utilization … Continue reading
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On July 22, 1898, American aviator Wiley Hardeman Post was born. Wiley achieved his fame in what is often called the “Golden Age” of air racing, the 1930’s. First it was his win at the National Air Race Derby, from … Continue reading