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    Marie Curie was a remarkable woman. She overcame adversity to become one of the most accomplished scientists today. Without this scientist the fight against cancer or something as simple as getting an x-ray would not be what it is today. Her research has helped to save the lives of millions. In order to accomplish everything she did (Founder of Curic Instutes, winner of two Nobel Prizes, discovering two new chemical elements) being a woman in a time where women were considered to be second class citizens, just goes to show how truly special Marie Curie is. Marie was born as Maria Salomea Sklodowska on November 7, 1867 in Warsaw, Poland. She was very smart and had a passion for science at a very young age. She graduated High School at the age of 15 as the top student in her class. Marie wanted very much to continue her education and attend a University. Unfortunatley her father was very poor and could not afford to send her. Even if her father had enough money to send her to a University, the Universities would not have accepted her because they did not allow women to attend. Marie did not give up on her love of science and studied chemistry, physics, and math every chance she could. Marie was accepted into the Sorbonne in Paris at the tender age of 24. She moved to Paris and immediately began her studies in chemistry, physics, and math at one of Paris 's most prestigious universities. True to form, Marie graduated in the summer of 1893 at the top of her class.…

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    Marie Curie was born November 7, 1867 in Poland, she was the youngest of the five other children in her family. Her father was a math and physics teacher, and her mother was a principal. Marie’s parents highest priority was their children's education, all of their children went to school. Her father made up games to help his children learn geography. He read poems to them and taught them the five languages he knew. Then her mother became ill with a disease called tuberculosis. On to of that her…

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    Marie Curie Hero

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    are a little heroes who do not become removed from the pages. One of my confidential all-time heroes is Marie Curie, the early woman to accomplish the Nobel Prize. At a period after women were not allowed to go in the University of Warsaw, her residence metropolis, Marie worked as a governess beforehand becoming…

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    influential role in science, Marie Curie did just that. Born Marie Sklodowska in 1867 in Warsaw, Poland, Marie is best known for discovering the elements radium and polonium, and her study of radioactivity, which led to advances in the treatment of cancer and the development of nuclear power; both of which are still used today. Her work on radioactivity led to her being the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and advancement in the use of x-rays especially in the medical field. In 1903 her and…

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    Marie Curie: A Magnificent Scientist Imagine if you had cancer and were told there was nothing the doctors could do to help. They told you that you only had 2 years to live and that they were extremely sorry. This is what would happen to every single cancer patient if Marie Curie never researched radioactivity. Marie Curie and Pierre Curie discovered radium in 1898, Marie then further researched it and discovered the benefits and disadvantages of it. Thanks to Currie radioactivity is now…

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    What makes Marie Curie outstanding is the fact that she is the only person to win two nobel prizes in different fields of science and the first woman to win one too. Most of her research and discoveries were with her husband. Together they discovered the elements: Radium and Polonium. Both of those elements were found in pitchblende. Pitchblende is basically a rock but it has a bunch of elements in it including Radium and Polonium. Marie Curie was remarkable chemist and physicist who had won…

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    The presentation, aptly named Manya after Marie Curie Sklodowska’s childhood nickname, was an impressive story telling of the life up to the beginnings of World War I of the Nobel Prize winning Chemist and Physicist Marie Curie Sklodowska. The presentation itself took place in Boettcher lecture hall 102 but was dressed up nicely to match important periods in the life of Marie Curie. The set consisted of a small table which held several notebooks and correspondence that were of import to Curie,…

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    There have been plentiful people worth recognizing on stamps because of their achievements, but there is one other person that I believe should be included. Marie Curie was a scientist that contributed several important discoveries to the world of science, and she was the first women to win a Nobel Prize. Moreover, Marie’s achievements have shown that anything is possible if you put your mind to it, which is why I believe that she should be nominated to appear on a stamp. Marie Curie…

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    In 1896, Henri Becquerel expanded the field of chemistry so nuclear changes would be included, after he discovered that uranium could disembogue radiation. Not very long after his discovery, Marie Curie began studying in the field of radiation, and completed most of the pioneering work on nuclear changes. Marie Curie discovered that radiation was related to the amount of radioactive element that is present, she also discovered that radiation was a property of atoms. Curie was the first woman to…

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    The first woman to win a noble prize for not just Physics but Chemistry too, would have a dramatic impact on the world as we know it today. Marie Salomea Sklodowska was a polish scientist, born on November 7, 1867 in Warsaw, Congress Kingdom of Poland, Russia. Marie’s mother, Bronislawa, and father, Wladyslaw, were both teachers and wanted Marie to have an education. During school when Marie became fascinated with the art of science Marie’s parents were extremely encouraging and supportive.…

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