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We're wishing a happy birthday to British biophysicist and X-ray crystallographer Rosalind Franklin, whose work was critical to our understanding of DNA and RNA and led to the discovery of the DNA double helix. 
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Thank you for that explanation...The GOOGLE Search pix are much like deciphering license!
+Vinícius Ghietti eh? theres a time an a place for everything...a few hours after announcement of a "rolled out global release" isnt the time, and a post about DNA isnt the place...
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Not depicted: Watson and Crick standing in front of her with that double helix in one hand and a Nobel prize in the other. 
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Happy Birthday.
Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dearest Rosalind, Happy birthday to you, CHACHACHA!
what a good day for a birthday :) 
We share a great day to be born. 
She probably did just as much as Watson and Crick. Good call.
you know you're a gamer when you think this is Bioshock Google
I'm sad you've not put up a google doodle for Beatrix Potter. :(
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