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EVENT: Seattle Rep Presents Play About Discovery of DNA’s Double Helix Structure

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A scene from Anna Ziegler’s ‘Photograph 51.’

The Seattle Repertory Theatre presents “Anna Ziegler’s Photograph 51” a play about British scientist Rosalind Franklin and her overlooked role in the discovery of DNA’s double helix structure. There will be a panel discussion after the Feb. 17 matinee titled “The Glass Ceiling Under the Microscope” which will feature ISB scientist Kalliopi Trachana, as well as Dr. Lee Hood as moderator. Info: seattlerep.org.

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