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Forgotten History Video - August 14, 2015

Dear friends,

I remember hearing about Marie Curie and her work with radiation research during a high school science lecture. Truly remarkable work!

Today's video explores the amazing scientific research that Curie did and the honor of being the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in two separate categories.

Marie Curie was a scientific pioneer that should never be forgotten.

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