Letter from J. T. Randall to Rosalind Franklin

Title:
Letter from J. T. Randall to Rosalind Franklin
Description:
In this letter, J. T. Randall told Franklin that he wished to change the focus of the work she planned to do at King's College. Instead of studying proteins in solution, she would look at DNA fibers. He stated that "as far as the experimental X-ray effort is concerned, there will be at the moment only yourself and Gosling . . ." and thereby set the stage for conflicts between Franklin and Maurice Wilkins.
Extent:
2 pages
Date Created:
4 December 1950
Creator:
Kings College London and Randall, J. T. (J. T. Randall)
Recipient:
Franklin, Rosalind (Rosalind Franklin)
Source:
Original Repository. Churchill Archives Centre. The Papers of Rosalind Franklin. 12313
Original Repository:
Churchill Archives Centre. The Papers of Rosalind Franklin
Right Type:
Rights Could Not Be Determined - Release
Right Statement:
Courtesy of the Churchill Archives Centre.
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Subject:
DNA and X-Ray Diffraction
Profiles in Science ID:
KRBBBB
NLM ID:
101584586X1
Genre:
Letters (correspondence)
Language:
English
Format:
Text
Location:
Folder: 1/2