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Cycle on 'Maria Sklodowska-Curie: a Polish in Paris' in Madrid, Spain



The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), member of GLYCOPHARM, together with the National Museum of Natural Sciences and ROCAVIVA Events have organized the outreach cycle 'Maria Sklodowska-Curie: a Polish in Paris', created to commemorate the centenary of the first institutes devoted to the radioactivity applications: Radioactivity Institute of Madrid (1910), the Radium Institute in Paris (1914) and the Radium Institute in Warsaw (1932). 

Six lectures will be held to show to the public one of the most fascinating female figures of the last century. The cycle will be open on March 5 in the Student Residence with the lecture "Women and Science. My own experience" held by Margarita Salas, honorary professor of CSIC. Furthermore, from March 5 and until September 7, there will be an exhibition in the National Museum of Natural Sciences to disseminate the life and work of Maria Skłodowska-Curie and the past and present of the Institutes of Radio.