Jane Shelby Richardson is an American biophysicist best known for developing the Richardson diagram, or ribbon diagrams, a method of representing the 3D structure of proteins. Ribbon diagrams have become a standard representation of protein structures that has facilitated further investigation of protein structure and function globally. With interests in astronomy, math, physics, botany, and philosophy, Richardson took an unconventional route to establishing a science career. Today Richardson is a professor in biochemistry at Duke University.Source: Wikipedia
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