S1 Episode 8: Pierre & Marie Curie | Love & Fallout
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Pierre and Marie Curie are the most successful and renowned husband and wife team in the history of science. Together they make discoveries in radioactivity (even coining the term ‘radioactivity’) that will lead to everything from the modern X-ray to radiation therapy for cancer treatment. But their path to true love and scientific innovation is far from an easy one as it's fraught with government oppression, sexism, radiation poisoning, and the intense sorrow that comes from experiencing the tragic loss of a spouse. Still, the relationship that develops between these two extremely bright minds is filled with so much love and respect that one might say, scientifically speaking, it’s their greatest discovery of all! ►Follow us on Facebook here This episode is brought to you by amiethedatingcoach.com Grab Amie's free Ebook, 5 Dating Traps to Avoid ►https://www.amiethedatingcoach.com/getlovenow Title Song "Brave" by Sad Puppy Follow Sad Puppy on Twitter Follow Sad Puppy on Instagram
Marie Curie: The Discovery of Radioactivity Through Deep Depression
Marie Curie discovered two elements and radioactivity while enduring deep clinical depressions, even as the sexism of the time tried to deny her the 2 nobel prizes she won. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Inside the Breakthrough - How Science Comes to Life
The TV show Friends was king of primetime for a decade and while all six characters were ‘friends’ one of them was not like the others: Ross. We look at why he was such a poor fit with this group and what that means for real life scientists.Marie Curie studied at the Sorbonne. She discovered Polonium and Radium. Eventually she became the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. All that makes her a unique character. We go to Poland to discover what else made her an outsider.Host Dan Riskin confronts his own reality as an Outsider while also drawing comfort from the realization that that distinction puts him in some esteemed company.And we visit with Dr Wayne Lautt from SciMar. He is disrupting a paradigm, changing the way we think about type 2 diabetes. Specifically, he is looking at the liver and hormone that comes from there, as something that can improve our sensitivity to insulin. www.SciMar.ca
This week, Claire asks Dave about Marie Curie.Claire’s new book is It’s Been A Pleasure, Noni Blake - find it here or in your local indie bookstore. David’s new project is a weekly blog that you can find here. It’s also a podcast, find it here, on Spotify, iTunes, or just search ‘David Burton Podcast’ in your favourite podcast service.@claireandpearl@daveburtonwriterSound by Wil HughesAry by Kate Lund
Welcome to episode fifteen, and the Season 1 Finale of The Internet Historians Podcast! In this episode, Alec, Lisa, and Nikkole watched Radioactive. And discuss Pierre Curie's gruesome death, and whether or not this movie did Maria Skłodowska-Curie justice. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theinternethistorians/ Watch us on Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9jzN_CVdI2fYgKtrCCpUZQ Music: Santa Monica Fiesta by DJ DENZ The Rooster This episode is sponsored by Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast! https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/internet-historians/support--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/internet-historians/support
In this episode, Megan will tell us about the lives of Marie Curie and Alyssa Carson. Marie Curie is the first and only woman to this date to win two Nobel Peace Prizes in two different sciences. She has a great story, and if you like science, this is the one for you! Not only are we talking about Marie Curie, we are also bringing it to the present time to speak about Alyssa Carson. Alyssa Carson is the world’s youngest astronaut-in-training. These women both share the love of sciences, from completely different generations. We hope you enjoy!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Join Jack and Lauren as we learn about one of the most brilliant minds of the 20th Century. Marie Curie was born in Russian-occupied Warsaw, Poland, where girls and young women were discouraged from learning. Through grit, determination, and an unparalleled work ethic, Marie Curie refused to let the world control her education and destiny, and her scientific research would go on to change the fields of science and medicine. Check us out on Twitter, Instagram, and the Generic Podcast Network website.
Marie Curie is a woman science will remember, but her discoveries of radium couldn't have been done without her struggles for her education and to marry the man she loved. Follow us as we talk about one of the most revered female scientists, whose story has never quite been fully told.
Marie Curie was a brilliant scientist who overcame great obstacles in her pursuit of knowledge. Her research led her to new discoveries in Physics and Chemistry that have had a huge impact on the world.