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Published on Oct 11, 2012
I always considered my work as a way to provide a little and humble contribution to the human understanding of chemical processes in biological systems and, eventually, of the mechanisms of life. With this in mind, at every successful step of my research, my dream was to have the possibility to go further towards other new results.
I learned of Rosalind Franklin many years ago. At that time, I would have never imagined that she could have had such an impact on my life, as the one she has indirectly now, through the program of our University dedicated to her memory. Her story represents the one of many people (women and men) who suffer from their own intelligence, integrity and, often, loneliness.