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The goal of this project was to research an influential person and create an end product that exemplified them as a person.
I choose to create a poster for Rosalind Franklin, who was the first person to take a picture of DNA. This poster showcases a talk she would be giving at the 2018 Forbes Women's Summit, since she was and continues to be an influential women in science.
The poster shows the very first picture of DNA that Rosalind Franklin took. It is also overlaid with her notes as well as a colorful swirl of more recent images of microscopic cells. This poster demonstrates Franklins view of the world and how she looks through a lens of curiosity every time her eyes aligned with the microscope.