Rosalind Franklin DNA Necklace
Rosalind Franklin is known for taking the crucial photo of DNA that led to the discovery of its structure. But she contributed far more than a photo: Her research provided many of the clues needed to build the first accurate model of DNA, and she made important discoveries about the structure of RNA and viruses.
This necklace celebrates Franklin's contributions and is part of our Women in Science Collection.
This necklace comes with a fold-out card with Franklin's story.
- Chain and charm are nickel-free
- Charm width: 1.25"
- Chain length: 16"
Comes with matching 4" extender
50% of profits from this necklace go to:
- Black Girls Code
- DIY Girls
This necklace has small parts and is not made for children!