The Life of Marie Currie

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The Life of Marie Currie Marie Curie was born in Warsaw on November 7, 1867. Her father was a professor of mathematics and physics. Her mother ran a school for girls. She was the youngest of five children. Her sisters were Zosia, Bronya, and Hela. She had just one brother, Jozio. Even when she was little, Marie received a general education in local schools and some scientific training from her father. She got accepted to Warson's Pension Sikorska, a private school for girls and she was the brightest student among all the others in the school. Marie became involved in a student’s revolutionary organization and secretively left Warsaw. She went to Paris and continued her studies at the University of Paris in Sorbonne. She was the only female student at her college and she graduated with licentiateships in Physics and the Mathematical Sciences. Although Marie devoted in her studies at the university, she sent most of her earning to earnings to Bronya and her husband, who were medical students in Paris. She met her husband, Pierre Curie in the School of Physics in the finding of a laboratory in 1894 and
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