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Marie Curie.
|MARIE SKLODOWSKA (1867-1934). |
|Marie curie was born in Warsaw, Poland. Both herparents were teachers. They belived deeply in the importance of education. |
|Marie had her first lessons in physics and chemistry form her father. She had a brillant aptitude for study; butadvanced study |
|was not possible for women in poland, marie dreamed of studying al the sobonne in paris, france, but her family didn’t have the |
|money to support her. To solve the problem, marie woredand helped her elder sister, bronya, to study medicine at the sorbonne. |
|When bronya finished her studies she contributed to the cost of Marie’s studies.|
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|When Marie was 24, she moved to paris to study mathematicsand physics ‘’It was like a new world opened to me, the world of |
|science which i was at last permitted to now in all liberty’’, she wrote.|
|This moment was of decisive importance in her life. |
|She was a chemistry and physics Polish|
|In 1891 he moved to Paris to continue his studies. He founded the Institute Curie in Paris and Warsaw. She was married physicist||Pierre Curie and was the mother of Irène Joliot-Curie |
|In 1894 also meets her future husband, Pierre Curie, who was professor of physics. The two begin to work together in labs and |...
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