Madam Curie was born in Poland in 1867 and she is a French physicist. When studying in Paris, she lived a poor life but worked very hard. She married with Pierre Curie in 1859 when they discovered polonium and radium. Thanks to this great discovery, she and her husband won the Nobel Prize. In 1911, Madam Curie won the Nobel Prize again after the death of her husband, making her become the only woman who had won two Nobel Prizes in the word. As a pioneer of successful woman, Madam Curie’s example had a remarkable influence on the whole world. Although she was famous, she cared little about money and fame and still went on with her scientific research.
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