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         Curie Marie:     more books (100)
  1. Marie curie et son laboratoire by Soraya Boudia, 2001-05-23
  2. Marie Curie, discoverer of radium (Science story library) by Joanne Landers Henry, 1966
  3. Marie Curie (Profiles) by Angela Bull, 1991-09
  4. Marie Curie (First Biographies) by Lola M. Schaefer, Wyatt Schaefer, 2004-08
  5. Marie Curie (Discover the Life of An Inventor) by Don McLeese, 2006-11
  6. Giants of Science/Gigantes de Ciencia - Bilingual - Marie Curie by Beverly Birch, 2005-07-11
  7. Marie Curie (Livewire Real Lives Series)
  8. Marie Curie (An Impact Biography) by Mollie Keller, 1982-10
  9. Lass dich gelusten nach der Manner Bildung--: Madchenbildung in Preussen : die Marie-Curie-Oberschule in Berlin-Wilmersdorf als Beispiel fur die Geschichte ... burgerlichem Wohnbezirk (German Edition) by Harald Wildhagen, 1994
  10. Marie Curie (Pioneers of Science) by Andrew Dunn, 1990-09-30
  11. Marie Curie (What Would You Ask...?) by Anita Ganeri, Anita Ganeri, 2000-08-18
  12. Marie Curie: Discoverer of Radium by Margaret Poynter, 1994
  13. Marie Curie, woman of genius by Adele De Leeuw, 1970
  14. Marie Curie (Scientists Who Made History) by Liz Gogerly, 2002-01

61. Bienvenue Au Musée Curie
Mus©e et archives de l'Institut du radium. Documents sur Pierre et marie curie. Pr©sentation des activit©s p©dagogiques, du centre de documentation, de la phototh¨que et informations pratiques. Paris.
Statut et services historique
Informations pratiques

62. Pierre Curie - Marie Sklodowska Curie
Albert Einstein, in marie curie in Memoriam. ©opyright and ©yberight 19982001 by ZW WOLKOWSKI Last update July 2001. Last update July 2001

"Supported by the European Commission, Research DG, Human Potential
Programme, High-Level Scientific Conferences, Contract HPCFCT99-00011"
It is the work qualities of its leading personalities that are perhaps of even greater significance for a generation and for the course of history than purely intellectual accomplishments. Even the latter are, to a far greater degree than is commonly credited, dependent on the statue of character." Albert Einstein, in Marie Curie in Memoriam
Last update : July 2001
Last update : July 2001

63. Upmc
Formations scientifiques, m©dicales, param©dicales, d'ing©nieurs, professionnalis©es.
Stratégie de développement de l'UPMC / LMD / Débats sur la recherche
Communiqué : la stratégie de développement de l'UPMC - 25 mai 2004
Communiqué : avis du Ministère sur le LMD - 12 mai 2004.
3 débats sur la recherche en avril à l'UPMC : évaluation / formation par la recherche / place et rôle de la recherche universitaire.
A lire : Contributions et compte-rendus - Propositions de la CPU
Rapport de l'académie des Sciences - Contribution du CS de Paris 7 En savoir plus ETUDIANTS : INFORMATIONS LMD 2004/2005
Le LMD à l'UPMC : informations générales
L'offre de formation 2004/2005
Préinscription, dérogations ou transferts 2004/2005 : licence et master
Le LMD dans les stations marines : exposition jusqu'au 15 juin
Tutorat de pré-rentrée et recrutement de tuteurs Concours ENSA/ENV - réunion d'information le 30 juin En savoir plus Concours ITRF - Session 2004 Les pré-inscriptions aux concours ITRF pour la session 2004 sont ouvertes. Consultez les descriptifs des postes de catégorie A proposés par l'université Pierre et Marie Curie. En savoir plus Appels d'offres, à candidatures, à propositions - Bourses

64. Pierre Curie - Marie Sklodowska Curie
The celebrations in Poland were held in close cooperation with France, the land of the discovery of radioactivity and Maria Sklodowskacurie’s second homeland

The Proceedings of the international conference “The Discovery of Polonium and Radium – its Scientific and Philosophical Consequences, Benefits and Threats to Mankind”, held in Warsaw on September 17-20 1998
The Discovery of Polonium and Radium – its Scientific and Philosophical Consequences, Benefits and Threats to Mankind Altogether more than thirty Conferences, symposia, scientific seminars, public lectures, exhibitions and cinema shows were held in Poland over that period in relation with celebrations. A number of valuable publications appeared, and topics of scientific research enjoyed an increased presence of media. The celebrations in Poland were held in close cooperation with France, the land of the discovery of radioactivity and Maria Sklodowska-Curie’s second homeland. At the same time, they formed an important contribution to the wide range of events with which the world-wide scientific community reaffirmed that the discovery of Polonium and Radium not only opened new areas for research, but even today continues to provide meaningful inspiration for new scientific inquiry. For these reasons the organizers of the conference “The Discovery of Polonium and Radium…” gave it the form of a series of symposia devoted to presenting areas of scientific research, both traditional and recent, inspired by the discovery of radioactivity, informing about the scientific progress that has been achieved, and, to the extent possible, about the foreseeable directions of future research.

65. Gilles Christol
Page personnelle de Christol, Gilles de l'Universit© Pierre et marie curie.
Gilles Christol
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66. Curie, Marie (1867-1934), Physicienne Française D'origine Polonaise
marie Sklodowska naît à Varsovie, dans une famille d enseignants.
Marie Curie (1867-1934) P M Pierre Curie Henri Becquerel E Becquerel L 'une de ses filles, , obtiendra en 1935, avec son mari LISTE HOME

67. Page Internet De M.J. BERTIN
Travaux sur les anneaux d'invariants, nombres de Pisot et de Salem, ainsi que sur la conjecture de Lehmer. Universit© Pierre et marie curie, France
U.M.R. 9994 Bureau:Porte 532 couloir 46-56

Quelques publications choisies:
  • (1981), no. 3, 207-240. A characterization of two related classes of Salem numbers. (avec D.W. Boyd) J. Number Theory (1995), no 2,309-317.

Encadrement Doctoral:
  • Leila Benferhat

68. Curie, Marie Und Pierre
Translate this page marie und Pierre curie. curie, marie und Pierre (1867-1934) und (1859-1906), französische Physiker und Nobelpreisträger. marie
Marie und Pierre Curie
Antoine Henri Becquerel

Pr©sentation des th¨mes de recherche, des membres, publications et collaborations. Universit© Pierre et marie curie, Paris, France.

marie curie FIRST WOMAN LECTURER AT THE SORBONNE. marie curie has been invited marie curie JOINS THE WAR EFFORT. 1 January, 1915 Nobel laureate
Her Life as a Media Compendium The following is an account of the life Marie Sklodowska Curie presented as a series of simulated news articles that might have been written during her life time.
Maria Sklodowska born, Warsaw, Poland, 7 November, 1867; parents, Wladyslaw and Bronislawa Boguska Sklodowska
Sophie Sklodowska
Sophie Skolodowska (1863), eldest daughter of Professor Wladyslaw and Madame Bronislawa Sklodowska died in January,1876 of typhus. She is survived by her parents, three sisters, Bronia, Hela, Maria and one brother Joseph. Bronislawa Skolodowska
Bronislaw Skodowska, nee Boguska, succumbed to tuberculosis after a long illness on 9 May,1878. During her lifetime she successfully managed a private boarding school for girls. She is survived by her husband Wladyslaw Sklodowska and her three daughters, Bronia, Hela and Maria and one son, Joseph.
Maria Sklodowska crowned her brilliant high school career by graduating first in her class of 1883. She was awarded a gold medal for her outstanding achievements. Maria continues the family tradition of academic excellence. She is the fourth Sklodowska child to receive this great distinction.
Help Wanted: (Maria's First Position) Governess, teacher, disciplinarian, bilinguist for two young girls; position open on 1 January, 1886. Inquire: M. Zorawski, Czartoryski Estate, Szezuki, Plock district, Poland.

71. Thèse Médecine Générale. Présence Résident Stagiaire En Consultation Et Pa
Th¨se de doctorat en m©decine soutenue par Nicolas Ciabrini, Universit© Paris VI, Pierre et marie curie, 2002. Format HTML et PDF
Thèse : Comment la présence du résident est-elle perçue par le patient lors d’une consultation de médecine générale au cours du stage chez le praticien ?
Plan du site Forums médicaux HONsélect Page du Médecin ... Autres sites de recherche d'informations médicales
Comment la présence du résident est-elle perçue par le patient lors d’une consultation de médecine générale au cours du stage chez le praticien ?
Thèse de doctorat en médecine soutenue le 22 janvier 2002 par Nicolas Ciabrini.
UNIVERSITÉ PARIS VI – PIERRE ET MARIE CURIE Charger la thèse au format HTML (738 Ko) Charger la thèse au format PDF (247 Ko, format recommandé pour une impression). RESUME Instauré durant les années soixante-dix, c’est en 1997 que le stage pratique chez le médecin de ville devient obligatoire. Il institue une équipe de travail composée d’un résident et d’un praticien, mais fait courir le risque de modifier une relation médecin-malade préexistante déjà rodée. En effet, celle-ci est extrêmement complexe : dans ce binôme se confrontent explicite et implicite, attitude et contre attitude, en sachant que toute réaction est influencée par le vécu de chacun. Il est donc intéressant d’analyser quel peut être l’impact de la présence d’un étudiant sur la relation médecin-malade durant une consultation.

72. Marie And Pierre Curie
Detailed biographies of the husbandwife team known for their pioneering research in the field of radiology.
Marie and Pierre Curie and the Discovery of Polonium and Radium
At the end of the 19th century, a number of discoveries were made in physics which paved the way for the breakthrough of modern physics and led to the revolutionary technical development that is continually changing our daily lives. Around 1886, Heinrich Hertz demonstrated experimentally the existence of radio waves. It is said that Hertz only smiled incredulously when anyone predicted that his waves would one day be sent round the earth. Hertz died in 1894 at the early age of 37. In September 1895, Guglielmo Marconi sent the first radio signal over a distance of 1.5 km. In 1901 he spanned the Atlantic. Hertz did not live long enough to experience the far-reaching positive effects of his great discovery, nor of course did he have to see it abused in bad television programs. It is hard to predict the consequences of new discoveries in physics. On November 8, 1895, Henri Becquerel was exposing salts of uranium to sunlight to study whether the new radiation could have a connection with luminescence, he found out by chance - thanks to a few days of cloudy weather - that another new type of radiation was being spontaneously emanated without the salts of uranium having to be illuminated - a radiation that could pass through metal foil and darken a photographic plate. The two researchers who were to play a major role in the continued study of this new radiation were Marie and Pierre Curie.

73. Curie, Marie
Translate this page marie curie. (1867 - 1934) marie curie, Maria Salomee Sklodowska, wurde am 07.11.1867 in Warschau, Polen, geboren. Ihre Mutter
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Marie Curie
Marie Curie, Maria Salomee Sklodowska, wurde am 07.11.1867 in Warschau, Polen, geboren. Ihre Mutter starb an Tuberkulose, als sie 10 Jahre alt war, und sie lebte gemeinsam mit ihren zwei Schwestern und ihrem Bruder bei ihrem Vater, einem Mathematik- und Physikleh-rer.
In den Jahren nach dem Tode Pierre Curies gelang es Marie Curie aus vielen Tonnen
  • Dr. Christian Zentner, Wissen unserer Zeit, Unipart Verlag, Stuttgart, 1997 Internet
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74. Biografía - Curie, Marie
curie, marie Nacionalidad Francia Varsovia, Polonia 1867 - Valence 1934. Nacida en Varsovia en 1867
Nacionalidad: Francia
Varsovia, Polonia 1867 - Valence 1934
Nacida en Varsovia en 1867, su nombre era Marya Sklodowoska. Se licenció en La Sorbona en ciencias físicas y matemáticas, doctorándose en 1895 y dedicándose a la docencia. Esta actividad la abandonó tras contraer matrimonio, ese mismo año, con Pierre Curie, profesor de física en La Sorbona. Ambos se dedicaron a la investigación, buscando elementos radiactivos alternativos al uranio. Entre otros materiales trabajaron con la pechblenda, hallando que ésta tenía una actividad mayor que lo que hacía suponer la cantidad de uranio que contiene. Con ello, descubrieron que debía contener otros materiales radiactivos distintos del uranio y con mayor potencial. A pesar de la precariedad de medios con la que contaban, se hicieron traer toneladas de pechblenda de Bohemia, con la que pudieron concentrar un nuevo elemento, llamado polonio. Tras realizar su descubrimiento en julio de 1898, en diciembre de ese mismo año descubrieron el radio, otro elemento radiactivo. Al año siguiente, ambos esposos hallaron la radiactividad inducida, un nuevo fenómeno, al comprobar que una placa cerca de una sal radiactiva incorporaba las propiedades de un cuerpo radiactivo. Con este descubrimiento obtuvo el premio Nobel de Física (concedido a ambos esposos y al francés Becquerel , 1903), siendo la primera mujer en conseguirlo. Nuevamente será premiada con el Nobel, esta vez en Química (1911), por la obtención del radio en estado metálico. Ocupó la cátedra de Física en La Sorbona tras la muerte de su marido en 1906, arrollado por un camión. Fruto de los largos años de experimentación con materiales radiactivos, Curie enfermó de leucemia, dolencia que acabará por causarle la muerte en 1934. Dejó reflejado el fruto de sus investigaciones en "Traté de radioactivité", publicado en 1910.

75. Marie Curie, Remarkable Scientist
Women of Courage profile offers a detailed look at curie's many accomplishments.
The following is a Woman of Courage profile written and produced by the St. Lawrence County, NY Branch of the American Association of University Women.
Marie Curie
Remarkable Scientist
Marie Curie, renowned scientist in her own right and co-discoverer of radium with her husband, Pierre, made possible many of the major medical diagnostic techniques that we all take for granted today. Anyone who has ever had an x-ray owes Marie Curie a debt of gratitude, not only for her scientific research, but for her tireless work to set up and use x-ray machines on the battlefields of Europe during World War I. Madame Curie was the special guest of honor at the dedication of Hepburn Hall for Chemistry at St. Lawrence University in 1929. Born Manya Sklodowska in Warsaw, on November 7, 1867, she was the fifth and youngest child of Bronsilawa Boguska, a pianist, singer, and teacher, and Wladyslaw Sklodowski, a professor of mathematics and physics. Even as a very young girl she was fascinated by her father’s physics equipment, and like him she was quiet and studious. A talented student with a prodigious memory, she won a gold medal on completion of her secondary education at the Russian lycée at the age of 16. She spent the next eight years working as a tutor and a governess to earn enough money to attend the Sorbonne in Paris, studying mathematics and physics in her spare time. In November 1891, Maria left Poland and registered at the Sorbonne under the French version of her first name, "Marie." At the Sorbonne she met physicists who were already well knownJean Perrin, Charles Maurain, and Aimé Cotton. Living in Spartan conditions, she graduated first in her class in physical sciences in 1893. She began to work in Lippmann's research laboratory and in 1894 placed second in mathematical sciences. During the spring she met Pierre Curie, a highly acclaimed professor at the School of Physics. They married on July 26, 1895, launching one of the most significant scientific partnerships in history.

76. Creative Quotations From Marie Curie (1867-1934)
Creative Quotations from . . . marie curie (18671934) born on Nov 3 Polish-French chemist. Search millions of documents for marie curie. Highbeam Research,
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Creative Quotations from . . . Marie Curie 1867-1934) born on Nov 3 Polish-French chemist. She was renown for her work on radioactivity and discovering polonium and radium; two time winner of the Nobel Prize. Search millions of documents for Marie Curie
Creative Hats
Tshirts African Cichlids Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood.
Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas. There are sadistic scientists who hurry to hunt down error instead of establishing the truth. One never notices what has been done; one can only see what remains to be done . . . Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained.
Published Sources for Quotations Above:
F: In "Peter's Quotations: Ideas For Our Time," by Laurence J. Peter, 1977. R: In "The Speaker's Electronic Reference Collection," AApex Software, 1994. A: N: Letter to her Brother, 18 Mar 1894; in "Pierre Curie," 1923.

77. Curie, Marie - Grandes Personnalités Mondiales
Translate this page (In English). Née Marja Sklodowska, marie curie a vu le jour le 7 novembre 1867 à Varsovie. Son père enseignait la physique au lycée.

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78. Physics 1903
(18521908) Nobel for the discovery of radioactivity in 1896, shared with Pierre curie and marie curie. France, ‰cole Polytechnique, Paris, France.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1903
"in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by his discovery of spontaneous radioactivity" "in recognition of the extraordinary services they have rendered by their joint researches on the radiation phenomena discovered by Professor Henri Becquerel" Antoine Henri Becquerel Pierre Curie Marie Curie, née Sklodowska 1/2 of the prize 1/4 of the prize 1/4 of the prize France France France École Polytechnique
Paris, France École municipale de physique et de chimie industrielles (Municipal School of Industrial Physics and Chemistry)
Paris, France b. 1852
d. 1908 b. 1859
d. 1906 b. 1867
(in Warsaw, Poland)
d. 1934 The Nobel Prize in Physics 1903
Presentation Speech
Henri Becquerel
Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1911
The 1903 Prize in:
Chemistry Physiology or Medicine Literature ... Peace Find a Laureate: SITE FEEDBACK CONTACT TELL A FRIEND Last modified June 24, 2003 The Official Web Site of The Nobel Foundation

79. Marie Curie And The NBS Radium Standards
A history of the NBS radium standards and marie curie's involvement
M ARIE C URIE AND THE NBS R ADIUM S TANDARDS 1913: The U.S. Curie standard 1921: Marie Curie visits the United States 1927: NBS gold leaf electroscope 1929: Marie Curie visits the Hoover White House ... Bibliography Note: All the images in the exhibit have larger versions that can be downloaded by clicking on the image. Warning: These larger images will take longer to download, especially images of textual content like certificates. Exhibit written by Bert Coursey and designed by Johnathan Coursey Online: June 1999

80. Curie, Marie - Great Men And Women Of The World
curie was the first to use the term radioactive to describe elements that give off radiations as their nuclei break down curie, marie, Microsoft (R) Encarta.

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