The appearance of any great person can always see that behind them there are some unusual and bitter pasts. It is because they turn these pasts into a positive energy. It will add a lot of color to this earth! Marie Curie also suffered many misfortunes during her growth. Her mother left her very early because of an incurable disease. In the end, even her sister who was inseparable with her and took care of her passed away, so she grew up in a state of complete loneliness but must be independent. Perhaps it was because of this environment that she became curious about the world of natural science and diverted her attention.
Since then, she has focused banner design more on her studies. The result of continuous efforts finally allowed her to enter the Faculty of Science as she wished. During this period of studying hard based on her own ideals, she achieved the first place in the Bachelor of Physics from many competitors and also obtained a degree in Mathematics the following year.
Later, she met her husband and they both developed researches related to radioactive substances together and discovered the radioactive element "radium" - the discovery of the genesis of human history in the nineteenth century, so in 1903 she and Baker Lehr was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Physics together. My admiration for Marie Curie comes from the contribution she has made to the physics community and mankind in her life, which is not something ordinary women can do. In particular, her spirit of selfless sacrifice and dedication to others since she was a child is even more admirable! For example: she has been working as a servant since she was a child, just to provide her sister's tuition; in order to save the cost of oil lamps at home, she went to the local library to study until it closed; in order to study radium, she often did not eat a meal, and only In order to accumulate money to buy the materials needed for the research; in the end, when she succeeded, she selflessly donated radium, which had reached a price of one million francs, to the cancer research center without asking for any compensation.