Marie Curie (1867-1934) was born in Warsaw, Poland. She was a brilliant student. She studied in Russia and France. She worked as a teacher, a governess, a lecturer and a professor. Marie married Pierre Curie in 1895. They worked together and discovered polonium and radium. From 1898 to 1902, Curies, jointly and separately published 32 papers on science. On the results of her research, Marie Curie received Doctorate of Science in June 1903. Marie and Pierre together were awarded the Davy Medal of the Royal Society, London. Marie Curie was blessed with two daughters, Irene and Eve. She wrote several books on radioactivity. She received two noble Prizes. Marie’s contribution to physics had been immense.