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Life through X-ray eyes [article] : as cameras go, Ray Gosling's might have appeared to be a snap or two short of a full album. His kit was no state-of-the-art Zeiss or Leica - but then Gosling was not in the paparazzi business. In the early 1950's working as a graduate student with crystallographer Rosalind Franklin - aka the Dark Lady of DNA - his image-making relied on X-rays rather than light. His subjects were biological molecules; his ambition was not to flatter but to probe / Geoff Watts.

By: Watts, Geoff.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 2003Source: New scientist. - Vol.177=No.2383 (22 Feb.), p.48-49.Subject(s): Gosling, Ray | Franklin, Rosalind, 1920-1958 | DNA -- History | X-ray photography -- History In: New scientist. - Vol.177=No.2383 (22 Feb.), p.48-49
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