Rosalind Franklin’s story is a sad one. Apparantly she was a deciding factor in the discovery of the double helix in DNA, but never got the recognition for it. Her discovery led to a Nobel Prize. Sadly not for her, but for three men: Watson, Crick and Wilkins. She died of cancer aged 37, most likely as a result of her work with x-rays. Her name is now attached to a fellowship that gives women a chance to find professor positions in the field of research they most like to work in. Together with Schwung Visuell I made three videos of three fellows that have been in the programme and would love other energetic, driven and talented women to apply as well.