Once her sister was out of school she would help Marie pay for her education. However, in 1891 she was admitted to Sorbonne. While in school she was determined to overcome any obstacle such as not having such a strong math or science background and worked hard to become better in her weak points. Marie obtained two master’s degree in both Physics and Mathematical Sciences. She finished first of her class in her physics masters degree and a year later she g... ... middle of paper ... ...our operations she was able to see again.
In 1894, she received her second degree in mathematics, graduating second in the class. That same year Marie met Pierre Curie, an aspiring French physicist. A year later Maria Sklodowska became Madame Curie. Marie and Pierre worked as a scientific team, in 1898 their achievements resulted in world importance, in particular the discovery of polonium (which Marie named in honor of Poland) and the discovery of Radium a few months later. The birth of her two daughters, Irene and Eve, in 1897 and 1904 did not interrupt Maria's work.
In 1876, Bronislawa and Zosia got Typhoid fever, which in result caused Zosia death at age 14. In a following death, on May 1878, Maria’s mother dies. At age ten, Maria began attending the boarding school of J. Sikorska. Two years younger than her pupils, Maria entered the third grade. However, that did not stop Maria’s brilliance; she graduated on June 12, 1883 as top of her class, with a gold medal.
And in MMMMM, Curie was also the first female professor at the Sorbonne. She was the first person to use the term “radioactivity”, which is the term still used till this day. Marie Curie was born the youngest child of five, to parents which were both teachers, Marie was driven to excel. A top student at her secondary school, she could not attend an all men only university. Because it was illegal at the time for girls to attend school, she attended an underground night school with her sisters.
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Two years earlier, Maria's oldest sibling, Zofia, had died of typhus. The deaths of her mother and sister, according to Robert William Reid, caused Maria to give up Catholicism and become agnostic. When she was ten years old, Maria began attending the boarding school that her mother had operated while she was well, next Maria attended a gymnasium for girls, from which she graduated on 12 June 1883. She spent the following year in the countryside with her father's relatives and the next with her father in Warsaw, where she did some tutoring. (Wikipedia 1) Against Russian law Marie attended Floating University.
One day Mary meet a young poet names Percy Bysshe Shelley at the time Percy was married to a nineteen year old but also felled in love with Mary. Then Mary also felled In love with him. On Percy 22nd birthday he took Mary to Europe with him while over there Percy wife drowned Percy and Mary almost immediately got married. They marriage date was December 16 1816, Mary was impregnated a couple times but her babies never made it they were either premature or died in the womb. She had one surviving child that made it through manhood luckily.
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