Book review on "Currie" - the spectrum of science

Book review on “Currie” – the spectrum of science

Often times, a non-fiction book doesn’t succeed in grabbing your attention in a way that you don’t want to put it aside, let everything stand and lie and surf first, and read and surf again. Richard Gunderman’s work is one of those. The author describes the exciting life of physicist Marie Curie, who not only established radiochemistry with the discovery of radioactivity, but was the source of many other discoveries. Soon her work was awarded two Nobel prizes. After all, Marie Curie was the first to coin the word “radioactivity” when she wrote it in the work notebook that she and her husband kept.

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