Under a single transferrable vote for the scientist on the new £50 note I'm happy with: 1. Lovelace 2. Franklin 3. Turing
New £50 note: Bank of England asks public to nominate scientist
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How about Sir Ronald Ross, the UK's 1st Nobel Prize laureate (1902, Medicine) for proving #malaria transmission to humans (and #LSTM's first lecturer btw) New £50 note: Bank of England asks public to nominate scientist
*Please* not Ada Lovelace! | New £50 note: Bank of England asks public to nominate scientist
Women in the frame include Ada Lovelace, the Nobel prize-winning chemist Dorothy Hodgkin and Rosalind Franklin, who played a crucial role in decoding the structure of DNA. #50poundnote
I'd like to see Rosalind Franklin on the new £50 note. Death cheated her out of the Nobel prize she so richly deserved, so we could at least honour her and her important work with this.
Choosing the scientist whose portrait will grace the new £50 note—can we be told the selection committee’s criteria, please?
New £50 note: Bank of England asks public to nominate scientist ("must be British and dead")
Vote for an important scientist for the £50 note. I voted for Rosalind Franklin but any woman scientist would be a great contribution.
Brian Cox, Dara O'Brien or Science McScienceface?
Commemorating a scientist on new £50 note - surely a chance to nominate clinical and public health researchers
I suggest Rosalind Franklin! New £50 note: Bank of England asks public to nominate scientist
New £50 note: Bank of England asks public to nominate scientist (#AdaLovelace would be an excellent choice)