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Anne Sayre (1923–1998)

Author of Rosalind Franklin and DNA

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Anne Sayre, a short story writer and lawyer turned scientific detective, was a friend of Dr. Rosalind Franklin whose 1975 book helped establish Franklin's important role in the discovery of the structure of DNA. Sayre's work was widely cited for exposing rampant sexism in science.
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