Dr Alexander Rich Dies at 90
on 07 May 2015
Dr Alexander Rich, the first person to produce a distinct image of the double helix structure of RNA and DNA, has passed away at the age of 90. Rich was an award-winning researcher who was honored with the National Medal of Science—the highest scientific award given by the federal government—for his ground-breaking discoveries and contributions in the field of modern molecular biology. Read more about the amazing life and work of Dr Alexander Rich on the New York Times.