In the year of the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA, Aula El País and the Esteve Foundation presented the book Rosalind Franklin, the dark lady of DNA on November 14, 2003. Written by British journalist Brenda Maddox, the biography reviews the career of the scientist who first produced the sharpest pictures of the structure of DNA. This finding was crucial in establishing the hypothesis of the double helix, for which North American investigator James Watson and British investigator Francis Crick were awarded the Nobel Prize of Medicine in the year 1962.