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Curie,

Pierre, French physicist, 1859-1906.
curie - a unit of measurement of radioactivity.
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Details of the 1903 Nobel Prize in physics awarded to Antoine Henri Becquerel, Pierre Curie, and Marie Curie.
PHOTO Helene Langevin-Joliot, granddaughter of Marie and Pierre Curie, relaxes before speaking at CSUN.
1902 Marie Curie and husband Pierre Curie isolated radium for the first time.
On December 26, 1898, Marie and Pierre Curie announced the discovery of which element?
Piezoelectric materials - substances that generate electricity when subjected to pressure or concussion - have been known since the 1880s when Pierre Curie, husband of Marie, discovered them.
1906: Pierre Curie, French physicist who worked with his wife Marie on radioactivity and who discovered radium, was killed in a carriage accident in Paris.
It would be a beautiful thing," Pierre Curie wrote to Marie, "if we could spend our life near each other, hypnotized by our dreams: your patriotic dream, our humanitarian dream and our scientific dream.
In 1906 Marie's husband and collaborator, Pierre Curie, was killed in a road accident.
Presented with Lightwork, Here's What I Did with My Body One Day is set in Paris past and present, exchanging the lives of composer Ernest Chausson, scientist Pierre Curie and philosopher Roland Barthes with David's.
The result: a form of PVDF that displays the intriguing property of piezoelectricity (from the Greek word "piezein," meaning to press), first reported in crystals such as quartz and sodium chloride in the early 1880s by Pierre Curie and his brother Jacques.
It has been bestowed upon such luminaries as Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Frank Lloyd Wright, Marie and Pierre Curie, Jonas Salk, Henry Ford, Orville Wright and Jane Goodall.