On the 28 of March in 1953, a group of scientists proposed the double-helix molecular model of DNA.

That group of scientists was form with four people; Watson and Crick, the ones who planned the structure with Franklin, the woman who provided the images of crystallised taken with X-ray and Wilkins, who works with Franklin describing and taking photos also.

In 1962, after the death of one of the most important members of the group, Rosalind Franklin, the three other scientists won the Nobel Prize on Psychology or Medicine.  It’s normal that a vigorous debate continues on who should receive credit for the discovery.