The Double Helix by James D. Watson Answer the 3 question from the book. Question 1 five parts In the “ Double Helix” James Watson says “ Chiefly (the solution of the structure of DNA) was a matter of five people: Maurice Wilkins, Rosalind Franklin, Linus Pauling, Frances Crick and me.” Describe in no more than two paragraphs for person the contribution the contribution each made to the discovery of the structure of DNA. Question 2 Opinion Question, — state what you think and why? What do you think of Watson’s descriptions of the people in the race to solve the structure of DNA? Do you think he is fair? Question 3 Opinion Question Rosalind Franklin died from cancer in 1952, therefore she was not able to be considered for the Nobel Prize in 1962. However her student Raymond Gosling was a live and well having completed his doctoral degree. He actually took the X-Ray diffraction picture of DNA under Franklin’s direction. Yet Gosling was not included in the prize. Why do you think that happened?