ACH101: All modern DNA science owes a debt to this formidable Dominican nun. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell the story of Sr. Miriam, who blazed a trail for women in science in the mid-20th century and showed that in coming to know truth, we know more about God.
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Links for this episode:
- Reflections magazine – Summer 2002 by Siena Heights University – Issuu
- Nun helped discover DNA, said it pointed to God | God Reports
- Adrian Dominican Sisters
- Sister Miriam: The Dominican nun who helped discover DNA
- Religious Scientists: Sr. Miriam Michael Stimson O.P. (1913-2002); Structure of DNA – The Vatican Observatory
- Hidden Figures in the Story of DNA
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