Everyday matters Illustration unit, take you to see how every day in history, how to affect every one of us today. The Polish woman scientist Marie Curie, for the first time discovered a new radioactive element--plutonium.
July 18, 1898, French Polish female scientist Mrs. Pierre Gus and her husband, France scientist, announced the discovery of new radioactive elements-plutonium.
When women begin to receive higher education in general, there are many obstacles. They often have no work space, no money, and no appreciation. Marie Curie, a physicist and chemist, has had to dispose of dangerous radioactive elements in a dusty shack because she has no money to set up a laboratory.
Creativity, perseverance and love discovery are the greatest qualities of these outstanding women. Throughout history, many women, in order to study science at all costs, "go ahead: The story of 50 eminent women scientists changing the world" is the story of several of these scientists, some live in the ancient Greek era, some were born in modern times, but in the face of "can't" when they say: "See if you can stop me. 」