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<h1>Marie Curie<h1>

<a title="See page for author [Public domain or CC BY 4.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons" href=""><img width="128" alt="Marie Curie c1920" src=""/></a>

  <h2><li>November 7, 1867	Marie Curie is born in Poland

<li>1891	Marie went to Paris to study at Sorbonne.

<li>1895	Marie married Pierre Curie, which was when her name became Marie Curie.

<li>1897  Marie's first daughter, Irene, is born.

<li>1902	Marie was hired to do some experiments. While working on them she discovered pure radium.

<li>1903  Marie and her husband, Pierre, were awarded a Nobel Prize for their work with radioactivity.

<li>1904	Marie was promoted to the chief assistant to her husband in his laboratory.

<li>1904  Pierre began teaching at Sorbonne.

<li>1906	Marie's husband, Pierre, was killed in an accident. She took his place teaching at Sorbonne and was the first woman professor there.

<li>1911  Marie won her second Nobel Prize, this time on her own, for her continued work in radioactivity.

<li>1914	During WWI, Marie used her radioactive research materials to do "x-rays". The x-rays found bullets and other shrapnel in wounded soldiers.

<li>1922	Marie became a member of the French Academy of Medicine. She devoted herself to using her knowledge to help people.

<li>1929	Marie was honored everywhere she went, and was given a gram of radium as a gift.

<li>1932	Marie and her sister started a research facility to help fight cancer. It is still opened today and is called the Marie Sklodowska Curie Oncology Center.

<li>1934  Marie got sick and died shortly after, but she will never be forgotten. Her work helped advance the medical world and save thousands of lives.<h2>
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