Why was Marie Curie a significant woman in European Science? Marie Curie was the most successful scientist to come out of Poland. She saw science as a beauty that she wanted to withhold.# Science to her was an unknown fairy tale phenomena that she was determined to discover. Marie Curie wanted to use science to help others, and the world. She accomplished this by working in World War I, and discovering radium, and polonium.
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