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|Birth||November 7, 1867|
|1893||Licenciée ès Sciences Physiques, University of Paris|
|1894||Licenciée ès Sciences Mathématiques, University of Paris|
|1895||Married Pierre Curie on July 26|
Discovered polonium (July) and radium (December); Prix|
Prize, French Academy of Sciences
|1900||Prix Prize, French Academy of Sciences|
|1900-06||Professor, Normal Superior School for Girls at Sèvres|
Isolated pure radium; Prix Prize, French Academy of|
Sciences; Berthelot Medal, French Academy of Sciences
Ph.D., physical science, University of Paris; Nobel Prize in|
Physics; Davy Medal, Royal Society of London
|1906|| Pierre Curie killed in an accident; Assistant Professor, the|
|1907||Actonian Prize, Royal Institution of Great Britain|
|1908-34||Professor, University of Paris|
|1909||Elliott Gresson Gold Medal, Franklin Institute|
|1911||Nobel Prize in Chemistry|
|1912||Radium Institute founded in Paris (opened in 1914)|