File:Marie Curie 1900 - DIG17379.jpg

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Svenska: Porträtt av Marie Curie som var den första kvinna som fick nobelpriset. Hon fick nobelriset i fysik 1903 tillsammans med Henri Becquerel och sin make Pierre Curie för forskning om radioaktivitet. 1911 fick hon åter nobelpris, denna gång i kemi, för upptäckten av grundämnena radium och polonium.
English: Portrait of Marie Curie. First female to win the Nobel prize. She received the Nobel prize in Physics in 1903 along with Henri Becquerel and her husband Pierre Curie for research on radioactivity. In 1911 she received the Nobel prize again, this time in chemistry for the discovery of radium and polonium.
Date circa 1900
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