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By: In Jae Chung.  Marie Curie was born on November 7, 1867 in Warsaw.  Both of her parents strongly believed in the importance of education.  Marie.

splinters. In the war, the French did not do much in supporting her.  Marie was married to Pierre Curie and had 2 kids. Irene in 1897 and Eve in 1904.  Marie Curie died on 1934 of aplastic anemia which is from too much exposure of radiation. Pierre/ given to Pierre and Marie Curie for their study of the Becquerel radiation.  He was married to Mlle. Janin, the daughter of a civil engineer. They had a son Jean, b. 1878, who was also a physicist: the fourth generation of scientists in the Becquerel family./


Kick-off meeting, CERN, 2-Oct-08 M. Letheren 1 ACEOLE Marie Curie Initial Training Network Data Acquisition, Electronics and Optoelectronics for LHC Experiments.

May 2010 »13 ESTs over 4 years Kick-off meeting, CERN, 2-Oct-08 M. Letheren 4 HISTORY of Marie Curie training projects at CERN (2/2) –FP7 Initial Training Networks (ITN) 1st call for proposals 2006 Major differences with/ Initial Research Training Early Stage Researchers (ESR) experience < 4 yr Experienced Researchers (ER) 4 yr < experience < 5 yr Visiting Scientists (VS) experience > 5 yr ACEOLE = Monosite ITN CERN (the grant recipient and coordinator) + 9 Associated Partners General ITN Objectives /


European Commission HUMAN FACTOR, MOBILITY AND MARIE CURIE ACTIONS Page 1 Towards People Program in the context of FP7 Dr. Karim Berkouk, EC Call coordinator.

Individual Teams 100% reimbursement Independent scientific governance (Scientific Council) Dedicated implementation structure (Executive Agency) Simplified grant mechanism Specific Programme “Ideas” European Commission HUMAN FACTOR, MOBILITY AND MARIE CURIE ACTIONS Page 23 22 high level scientists reflecting the full scope of European research, nominated by Commission Role:  Establish overall scientific strategy and preparation of work programmes (incl. calls for proposals, evaluation criteria)  Define/


Developing European Partnerships: Framework programme, Jean Monnet and Erasmus Mundus Mary Farrell School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

MS or Candidate Countries) Fellowships for 3 months to 3 years Training focussed on Early Stage Researchers Industrial participation a requirement Optional: - recruiting a ‘visiting scientist’ - hold short training events Industry Academia Pathways & Partnerships (IAPPs) FP7 – Marie Curie - IAPP Partnership – at least one commercial and one non- commercial entity Staff exchange – early stage or experienced researchers (and possibly technical staff and research managers/


1 PEOPLE programme Marie Curie Actions Azioni per lo sviluppo internazionale della carriera dei ricercatori Venezia, 1 Aprile 2009 Alessandra Luchetti.

for “early-stage” researchers (incl. first post-docs) but also «visiting scientists » positions Open to researchers from Third countries Project duration: maximum 4 years 7 Marie Curie Actions in FP7: Life Long Training and Career Development- IEF Main features / €15k/year for 2-3 years Continuous submission; evaluated at regular intervals To built on previous Marie Curie trans-national mobility Previous Marie Curie fellowship (MC) of ≥18 months Proposal to be submitted at earliest 1 year before the end/


Marie Curie Actions: The People Programme Elizabeth Kokozila Centre for Research and Technology Hellas Research Policies and Mobility of Researchers Unit.

competitive calls for proposals… … leading to excellence People Programme bottom up approach Marie Curie Actions for each need Marie Curie ActionsObjective Initial training of researchers (1900 M€) Initial Training Networks (ITN) / experienced researchers (funding: max 24 months; max 20%) visiting scientists: for short stays (Justified) Community Contribution: Salaries of recruited researchers / visiting scientists Research and networking costs Organization of training events open to external researchers/


The pan-European Researchers Mobility Portal. Directorate D: The Human Factor, Mobility and Marie Curie Actions Why Such a Portal? One of the major obstacles.

researcher ForumForum and other services of particular interest for mobile researchers The pan-European Researchers Mobility Portal Directorate D: The Human Factor, Mobility and Marie Curie Actions A complementary initiative Next Wave Europe: A Dedicated Career Resource for Europes Scientists Through the partnership with the European Science Foundation, Next Wave Europe offers open access to the entire site -all six years of it/


FIRST STEPS INTO THE DEEP SNOW

-2012 Who won the so many battles against so many different types of discrimination? __________________________________ 27.04.2012 Mimoza Ristova -Maria Curie-RAD-2012 Mimoza Ristova -Maria Curie-RAD-2012 Top 10 most influential scientists of all times (pole 2000) __________________________________________________________ Isaac Newton Luis Pasteur Albert Einstein Galileo Nikola Tesla Marie Curie Aristotle Enrrico Fermi Paul Dirac Charles Darwin 27.04.2012 Mimoza Ristova -Maria/


The Society is member of: www.neurosciences.asso.fr Support to young scientists The Society provides travel awards and reduced fees to help young scientists.

Marie Curie Actions 13 15.11.2011 14 RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONS AND UNIVERSITIES PROGRAMS ATIP/AVENIR PROGRAM: Objectives: To create and lead a team within an already existing structure but to develop independently ones own scientific project. Candidates: Young scientists/from : At Inserm : Christiane Durieux (christiane.durieux@inserm.fr) Aurélie Seignard (aurelie.seignard@inserm.fr) MARIE CURIE ACTIONS (http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/mariecurieactions/home_en.html) 25 15.11.2011 FONDATION PLAN ALZHEIMER’S GRANTS /


Marie Curie 1867 - 1934 Nobel prize in Physics, 1903 (jointly with Pierre Curie and Henri Becquerel) Nobel prize in Chemistry, 1911 Presented by Penny.

radiation during WWI; in 1935, Irene received Nobel prize in Chemistry with her husband, Frederic Joliet- Curie, for discovering artificial radioactivity artificial radioactivity International Year of Chemistry Networking Breakfast, Florida State University 12 Book references Madame Curie, by Eve Curie (1937) Scientists in Power, by Spencer Weart (1979) Marie Curie, by Susan Quinn (1995) Creative Couples in the Sciences, by Helena Pycior, Nancy Slack, and Pnina/


4-3 Radioactive Dating Essential Question: How do Scientist study Earth’s past? What is Radioactive Decay? What is Radioactive Dating? How do Scientist.

Earth’s past? What is Radioactive Decay? What is Radioactive Dating? How do Scientist Determine Earth’s Age? Earth’s History - Course 2 My Planet Diary pg. 152 Marie Curie In 1896, French scientists named Marie and Pierre Curie heard about experiments that had been done by another scientist, Henri Becquerel. Becquerel had shown that by placing some uranium salt on a photographic plate, covered with black/


19 November 20151 ITN = Initial Training Networks ITN is an FP7 Marie Curie “host-driven” action. European Commission has issued a new call (Call 3) for.

Marie Curie “host-driven” action. European Commission has issued a new call (Call 3) for proposals. What could you get out of it ? Funding for : 1.PhD student level researchers [ 3 – 36 months] 2.Early Postdocs [ 3 – 24 months] 3.Senior Visiting Scientists/The EU Relations office must be informed about submitted proposals. They have great contacts in Brussels ….. Marie Curie Proposal preparation and submission : Marie Curie Steering Group [ Chair DEP. PH representatives L. Linssen, R. Voss and U. Wiedemann] /


Marie Curie famous scientist who discover the radioactivity By: Frankie Gonzalez & Antonio Medrano 3 rd 9-7-11.

discover the radioactivity By: Frankie Gonzalez & Antonio Medrano 3 rd 9-7-11 Marie Curie Marie curie, was one of the famous scientists who discover the radioactivity. Marie curie was born on November 7, 1867, in Warsaw, Poland. Marie’s career Marie discovered the radioactivity,she was first women to win the nobel prize for physics. She also was the first female lecturer and professor at the University Sorbonne/


Experiences of a Marie Curie Expert Evaluator Dr Sara Benetti Environmental Sciences Research Institute, University of Ulster.

officer. A consensus must be reached! If agreement among evaluators is not reached… Several iterations of CR until consensus is reached Marie Curie fellowships: evaluation process (6) Those with an overall mark below threshold are out. Those with any mark below the threshold/ 85% is unlikely to get funded! EU Marie Curie proposals 1.Good science; 2.Well explained and at the right level (evaluators may not be overly familiar with the science but they are scientists and they will have very limited time to /


Marie Curie Individual Schemes – Fellowships and Reintegration Grants Workshop at University of Limerick, 5 June 2008 Dr. Dagmar M. Meyer Marie Curie National.

June 2008An Irish Universities Association Presentation7 Overview of the Marie Curie Actions Initial training of researchers Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN) Life-long training and career development Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowships (IEF) European Reintegration Grants /2008An Irish Universities Association Presentation52 Hints for a successful proposal Work closely with your chosen supervisor / scientist in charge – this is a JOINT application Follow the guide for applicants and address all /


In 1896, French scientists named Marie and Pierre Curie heard about experiments that had been done by another scientist, Henri Becquerel (bek uh REL).

was called radioactivity. Today, radioactivity is used for many purposes—including finding the age of rocks! What did Marie curie discover about radioactivity? What does the discovery of the radioactivity tell you how scientists work together? Bellwork Lesson 4: Radioactive Dating Some elements decay, or break down, over time, releasing particles and energy. This process is called radioactive decay, and the elements are/


7-8 May 2009, Prague Marie Curie Actions in FP7 European Commission DG Research, Marie Curie Networks Marta Muter.

months Experienced Researchers in the first year of post doctoral research funding: max 24 months Visiting scientists (experienced researchers) for short stays to complement the networks capacity to transfer new knowledge + strengthen/ quota) Community funding: 40 % of fellowship costs of trans-national researchers Life-long training & career development: Marie Curie fellowships for career development 7-8 May 2009, Prague Individual Intra-European Fellowships – IEF Joint application researcher with hosting/


7-8 May 2009, Prague Opportunities for individual researchers in the Marie Curie Actions European Commission DG Research, Marie Curie Networks Marta Muter.

training and career development 3.Industry-academia pathways and partnerships 4.International dimension 5.Specific actions Marie Curie Actions 7-8 May 2009, Prague Marie Curie Actions Applicants IEF OIF IIF ERG IRG Post-graduates < 4 years Post-docs > 4 /: 3-36 months Experienced Researchers in the first year of post doctoral research funding: max 24 months Visiting scientists (experienced researchers) for short stays To complement the networks capacity to transfer new knowledge + strengthen supervision of /


FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network

LPD research more attractive to early stage researchers by delivering a structured training programme taught by leading international scientists in the state-of-the art infrastructure which covers a portfolio of interdisciplinary techniques. TO2 To provide / Which Funds do we support? Your Project Tell us….. Who you are Your organisation Your IRSES project Marie Curie Objectives Structuring training, mobility and career development for researchers Develop European human resources potential in R&D Stimulate/


EMBL, Online Conference Marie Curie Actions European funding possibilities for young researchers European Liaison.

process Emphasis on research training, complementary skills and diversification of research competencies Promoting Excellence Return Mechanisms (incl. mechanisms to reintegrate European world-class researchers in Europe) EMBL, Online Conference Marie Curie – Rules of Participation Scientists - Early stage researchers: less than 4 years active research experience (after graduation from university) - Experienced researchers: more than four years of active research experience or doctoral degree - Very/


“People” Programme : The Marie Curie Actions in FP7

Portuguese IEF fellows Destination UK hosts one third of portuguese fellows Field of research Two thirds of portuguese fellows are Life Scientists Portugal as a host country IEF: European attractiveness Action 2007 2008 2009 IEF 19/4 21.1 % 24/7 29/32 9 Oct 09 9 Mar & 9 Sep 10 Preparation of a Marie Curie proposal Research Executive Agency Preparation of a Marie Curie proposal 17 Proposal preparation Marie Curie Intra-European fellowship Read carefully the Guide for Applicants  Check the eligibility criteria/


II. FAMOUS SCIENTISTS. A. SCIENTIST  What makes a person a scientist?  “A scientist in a broad sense is one engaging in a systematic activity to acquire.

who uses the scientific method”systematicknowledgescientific method B. FAMOUS SCIENTIST  1. Marie and Pierre Curie  2. Jonas Salk  3. Alfred Nobel  4. John Dalton  5. Dmitri Mendeleev  6. Charles Darwin  French physicist  Studied radioactivity, magnetism, and crystallography  Ex: Curie Point – point at which iron substances lose their magnetic characteristics 1. MARIE AND PIERRE CURIE Pierre Curie 1859 -1906 Marie Curie 1867 - 1934 Polish chemist & physicist Studied radioactivity, radium, polonium/


Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Your research career in Europe ARTEMIS SAITAKIS DIRECTOR, SCIENCE & TECNOLOGY PARK OF CRETE INNOVCRETE SEMINAR, APRIL 14,

Living allowance3110 € Mobility allowance600 € Family allowance500 € How to apply for a fellowship All projects publish their vacancies on the Marie Curie website, Euraxess, NatureJobs, etc. !!! Check the MSCA website frequently !!! Funding levels defined by the MSCA - employment contracts/non-academic beneficiaries) EU Marie Curie Evaluation process 1.Good science; 2.Well explained and at the right level (evaluators may not be overly familiar with the science but they are scientists and they will have very/


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Prize, but she also has the honor of being the recipient of two Nobel Prizes in the sciences. Ci In her biography of Marie Curie, Barbara Goldsmith refers to her as "the most famous woman scientist in the world." H In the scientific community, Curies eminence originates from her discoveries of the elements radium and polonium, as well as her work with radioactivity. J/


MARIE SKLODOWSKA CURIE. MARIE CURIE Marie Sklodowska Curie was born in Warsaw, Poland on November 7, 1867. She had two daughters named Irène and Eve with.

the December 26 meeting. THE ATOMIC STRUCTURE  Radium was also used by scientists for experiments on atoms. They confirmed what Marie had suspected - the powerful energy that showed up in radioactivity was a fundamental property of every atom of matter. BIBLIOGRAPHY.  “Marie Curie.”Nobel Lectures, Physics 1901-1921. Elsevier Publishing Company, Amsterdam, 1967.  “Marie Curie.” Encyclopedia of World Biography. Advameg, Inc. 2010. 19 Oct, 2010. http/


By Dr. Adriana Banu JMU Department of Physics and Astronomy January 28, Meet the Scientist: Saturday Morning Physics at JMU’12.

air (briefly)Marie Curie’s legacy o coined the word “radioactivity” to describe each substance’s power to give off invisible ionizing rays/radiations o radioactivity is an atomic property o discovery of new radioactive elements- Polonium and Radium o isolated Radium and determined its atomic weight o suggested that Becquerel rays might be pieces of matter o the first scientist honored with/


Application Workshop Marie Curie Fellowships 12th July 2010.

home institution as base for IIF Collaboration and international links particularly for future Knowledge transfer and impact Marie Curie Stuart Russon EU Funding Advisor Submission and Evaluation 12th July 2010 Submission and evaluation EPSS system EPSS system Referees Referees Proposal coordinator/scientist in charge Proposal coordinator/scientist in charge Evaluation process Evaluation process ..... or Electronic Proposal Submission Service Proposals must be submitted electronically using/


Maria Curie (1867 – 1934) Made by Shelest Anna Form 9 Secondary School of Luganka Teacher: Liuta O. G. 2015.

which was born Her childhood years were marred by early loss of one of the sisters and soon – mother. Marie Curie’s mother The Sklodowskii family’s children, 1868 Maria studied at the Sorbonne in Paris, 1891. In Paris she /Maria Curie” House-museum in Warsaw Madame Marie Curie died in Sansellmoze July 4, 1934. Disease - acute pernicious anemia. Bone marrow has not given reaction, possibly due to the degeneration of the long-term accumulation of radioactive radiation. She was the leading woman scientist, the/


高中进阶 (2339 期 20160426) 4-5 版 More Than Great Scientists.

to quantum physics than Niels Bohr. 6. We can infer from the article that Niels Bohr was Danish. True or false COMPREHENSION While reading Four of the scientists were good at sports. Among them, Marie Curie was good at cycling, Werner Heisenberg skiing and mountaineering, Enrico Fermi playing tennis, and Niels Bohr playing football. 10 Answer the following question. COMPREHENSION While reading 1/


“People” in FP7 – MARIE CURIE Seven Years of Funding Opportunities Presentation by: Dr. Conor O’Carroll.

Associated States  Third Countries  Everyone else, almost! People – Marie Curie  Initial Training of Researchers - PhD  Life-long Training and Career Development - Postdoc  Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways  International Dimension Initial Training of Researchers  Initial Training Networks  One or more research groups  Hire PhD’s, postdocs for research training (3-36 mths)  Recruit visiting scientists for expertise  Run conferences, summer schools etc Initial Training/


FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Networks Dr Conor O’Carroll, IUA Wednesday, 29 th September 2010www.iua.ie.

Statistics: Fellows Nationality per 1000 Researchers 5 Marie Curie Actions - overview Initial training of researchers Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN) Life-long training and career development Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowships (IEF) European Reintegration Grants/stays Experienced researchers (experience >> 4 years) with outstanding stature in international training and collaborative research Visiting scientists (a limited number) 3-24 months PhD or at least 4 years of research experience & /


READING Unit 3: PEOPLE’S BACKGROUND. GAME: Match the people with their job M ỹ Tâm Marie Curie Tr ị nh Công S ơ n Tô Hoài Tăng Thanh Hà Scientist Writer.

READING Unit 3: PEOPLE’S BACKGROUND GAME: Match the people with their job M ỹ Tâm Marie Curie Tr ị nh Công S ơ n Tô Hoài Tăng Thanh Hà Scientist Writer Composer Actress Singer MARIE CURIE Private tutor (n): gia s ư Brilliant (a): thông minh, tài gi ỏ /not? No, it wasn’t. Her real joy was “ easing human suffering ” Below are five adjectives we may use to describe Marie Curie. Find the evidence from the passage prove each of them. STRONG-WILL (She harboured the dream of scientific career, which was impossible /


By Kaja Letowska. Quick facts  Marie Curie (Maria Salomea Skłodowska) was born on the 7 th November 1867 and died on the 4 th of July, 1934.  She lived.

she was rewarded a degree in physics and went to study in a laboratory. Pierre Curie  Pierre Curie was a scientist that worked on the same subject as Marie.  They were working for a year in the same laboratory.  After that year Pierre proposed and Maria Skłodowska became Marie Curie.  They both loved long bicycle trips and journeys abroad which brought them even closer.  In/


● about Marie Curie about Marie Curie ● explain the title explain the title ● theme of the text theme of the text ● writing features of the text writing.

Nobel Prizes in two sciences. She was the wife of Pierre Curie, and the mother of Ir è ne Joliot-Curie and È ve Curie.Pierre Curie As a woman born in 1867 in Poland, Marie Sklodowska Curie had a steep hill to climb in her pursuit of her passion for science. She stands among the greatest scientists of all time—male or female. Certainly, she stands tallest as/


By: Irene Papacosta Elena Sammouti Despo Patsia Sevilay Gorener Eser Saracoglu (Also known as the Curies)

the discovery of elements radjo and polwnjo. I believe that does not exist relation anamesa in my scientific work and in elements of my private life... " Our opinion about Marie Curie We thing she is a very important scientist because she investigated many important investigations which helped the world to be better. We can know that because of the Nobel Price she won.


Marie Curie and the Discovery of Radium By Audrey Hunt 2005.

in Poland as Maria Sklodowska. Maria loved school. Pierre Curie In 1895, Maria married a French scientist named Pierre Curie. She changed her name to its French version, Marie. Family Marie Curie’s daughter Irene was born in 1897. Her second daughter, Eve, was born in 1904. Family cont. Marie’s daughter Irene won a Nobel Prize, making Marie the first Nobel prizewinner whose daughter was also a/


Marie Curie Actions Initial Training Networks (ITN) 2013 Contractual Rules Financial Guidelines Reporting and Monitoring ITN Best Practices.

reflect the requirements mentioned in Annex III.4 Researchers duly informed on their rights an obligations as Marie Curie Fellows (Annex III.4) Contractual Rules  Recruitment Reporting provisions Personal Career development plan (to/(if applicable) – Final publishable summary report – Dissemination activities, publications – List of patents, trademarks, exploitable foreground – Scientist-in-charge questionnaire – Via PP Distribution report – Within 30 days after reception of the final payment – How and when/


Unit1 Great Scientists Period 1 warming up & vocabulary.

. He is … Thomas Alva Edison Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety- nine percent perspiration. 天才就是百分之九十九的汗水加上百分之一的灵感. Who is she? She is a woman scientist. She discovered radium ( 镭 ) and polonium( 钋 ). In her life, she won the Nobel Prize twice. She is … Marie Curie Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. 生活中没有什么可怕的东西, 只有需要理解的东西. Who is he? He made the first telescope in/


CATHI Project Administration Seamus Hegarty Human Resources Department Marie Curie Actions administrator CATHI General Meeting CERN 14 November 2011.

recruitment Admin/finance procedures Experience of dealing with the EU Money - What are we paid for? - Who can claim what? Marie Curie Actions at CERN FP6 (2002-2006) –Early-Stage Training –Research Training Networks –Individual European Fellowships FP7 (2007-2013) –Initial / the Fellows : 18993 For everybody else : 18992 Experience of dealing with the EC Dedicated Project Officer Contacts by the Scientist-in-Charge and the HR Administrator only The Project Officer is there : –to give us advice –to help us /


Scientists of Atomic Theory Unit 2 Democritus 460 B.C.- 370 B.C. This Greek philosopher was among the first to suggest the existence of atoms. Democritus.

in bundles or packets called Quanta. “Quanta” of radiant energy are often called Photons. His theory was used by the next scientist to describe the placement of electrons in an atom. Nils Bohr 1885-1962 Rutherford’s student, Nils Bohr, used the quantum / to be ~1/2000 of the mass of a proton, and the exact charge of the electron. Marie Curie 1867-1934 Marie & Pierre Curie coined the term “radioactivity”. Using pitchblende, they isolated 2 new elements, both radioactive. They named the elements Radium and /


explorer, film star, astronaut, director, detective, president rock and roll, basketball player, scientist Fill the blank with the words of the box.

famous for? 4.How many times did she receive the Nobel Prize? In the city of Warsaw Poland. Mathematics and physics The discovery of radium. Twice. Listening A3 I think Marie Curie is the greatest scientist that has ever lived! She was from _____________. When she was 24, she went to _________to study _____________ and _______________. She met her _________Pierre/


Network on Ethnicity and Women Scientist European Workshop on Gender and Diversity Brussels, 11th & 12th October 2007 Funded by EU FP6 Framework.

on Gender and Diversity Migrant women scientists First female university professors were migrant women Sofia V. Kovalevskaja was the first professor of mathematics at the University of Stockholm in 1884 Marya Salomea Sklodowska (Marie Curie) was the first professor of physics/Sorbonne in Paris in 1906 Final workshop Brussels 11th-12th October 2007 European Workshop on Gender and Diversity Marie Curie Marie Curie was in France the first women to obtain a doctorate, the first women to obtain a doctorate,/


Marie Curie Cancer Care. Mini Pots of Care Mini Pots of Care Fundraising Day.

Mini Pots of Care Mini Pots of Care Fundraising Day What is Marie Curie Cancer Care? The emblem Marie Curie the scientist What is cancer? What does Marie Curie Cancer Care do? Your local Marie Curie Hospice Nursing at home “Some of the people I care for are mums and dads. It can be very sad for everyone, but I make sure they can stay at /


Unit 1 Great scientists. There are some great scientific achievements that have changed the world. Can you name some of them? Match the achievements with.

scientist discovered that objects in water are lifted up by a force that helps them float? B. ArchimedesC. Thomas Edison A. Charles Darwin Archimedes (287-212 BC), an ancient Greek mathematician & physicist 2. Who wrote a book explaining how animals and plants developed as the environment changed? A. Marie Curie/ 遗传学 ) and inherited ( 继承, 承传 ) characteristics 5. Who discovered radium? C. Marie CurieB. NewtonA. Zhang Heng Marie Curie (1867-1934), Polish and French, won two Nobel prizes 6. Who invented the way/


explorer, film star, astronaut, director, detective, president rock and roll, basketball player, scientist Fill the blank with the words of the box.

famous for? 4.How many times did she receive the Nobel Prize? In the city of Warsaw Poland. Mathematics and physics The discovery of radium. Twice. Listening A3 I think Marie Curie is the greatest scientist that has ever lived! She was from _____________. When she was 24, she went to _________to study _____________ and _______________. She met her _________Pierre/


Marie Curie Cancer Care. What is Marie Curie Cancer Care?

Marie Curie Cancer Care What is Marie Curie Cancer Care? The emblem Marie Curie the scientist What is cancer? What does Marie Curie Cancer Care do? Your local Marie Curie Hospice Nursing at home “I nurse people in their own homes – I might be in a block of flats, a house, a country cottage or a farmhouse. When I look after a patient, I have to get the trust of their whole family, including the dog.” How Marie Curie Cancer Care needs your help We need to provide more nursing care Thank you


Marie Curie Fellowships 2011 Writing a Successful Proposal Dr Conor O’Carroll 7 th July 2011 www.iua.ie.

Fellowships IOF - International Outgoing Fellowships IIF - International Incoming Fellowships Research Executive Agency Intra-European Fellowships IEF Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowships (IEF) Fellowships to support the career development, or restart, of experienced researchers at / Deadline is STRICTLY enforced Hints for a successful proposal (I) Work closely with your chosen supervisor / scientist in charge – this is a JOINT application Follow the guide for applicants and address all issues mentioned /


Quantum Leap Scientists and Inventors who changed the world.

or may not have taken place on the other side of the world more than a century before him. Marie Curie Marie Skłodowska Curie (1867 –1934) was a Polish-born French physicist and chemist famous for her work on radioactivity. She was/ he had many different jobs. Here are ten jobs that he had in his career. Printer, Writer, Politician, Inventor, Scientist., volunteer firefighter, Librarian, Postmaster Bookstore owner, Soldier Ben Franklins Inventions Another interesting fact about Ben Franklin is that he is /


Art Through Scientists Eyes Unit One How is Science Done Kalama Intermediate School Mrs. Prevenas.

are all these drawings similar? How are all these drawings different? Marie Curie also used art Marie Curie (1903) early research on radioactivity in medicine early research on radioactivity in medicine first scientist to win the Nobel Prize twice (1903 and 1911)!!!!! first scientist to win the Nobel Prize twice (1903 and 1911)!!!!! Madame Curie attained honors beyond the dreams of most women of her time Madame/


Structure of Atoms Scientist began to wonder what an atom was like. Was it solid throughout with no internal structure or was it made up of smaller, subatomic.

Structure of Atoms Scientist began to wonder what an atom was like. Was it solid throughout with no internal structure or was it made up of/x-ray 2. Discovered by Becquerel – exposed photographic film 3. Further work by Curies Antoine-Henri Becquerel (1852 - 1908) Radioactivity Marie CurieOne of the pieces of evidence for the fact that atoms are made of smaller particles came from the work of Marie Curie (1876 - 1934). She discovered radioactivity, the spontaneous disintegration of some elements into smaller/


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