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[文化博览] 【整理】2016-03-07 BBC:天才居里夫人:点亮世界的女人-15

 

《英国广播公司:天才居里夫人:点亮世界的女人》 BBC: The Genius of Marie Curie: The Woman Who Lit Up the World 

 

 在她逝世将近80年后,居里夫人仍然是迄今最有名的女性科学家。在她的有生之年,她就已经成为了一位独特的人物:一位名人科学家,吸引着新闻摄像机和小道消息报导者。他们感到如此兴致冲冲,是因为居里夫人是第一位获得诺贝尔奖的女性并且至今唯一的一位在两个不同的科学领域都获奖的科学家。然而,虽然她的科学生涯,需要克服的种种困难,多年不懈的研究,以及她最终为发现镭元素而付出的代价已经成为了科学英雄主义的标志性故事,我们不能忘却了居里夫人的另一面:她(仅仅)作为一个人的生活。 


Over 80 years after her death, Marie Curie remains by far the best known female scientist. In her lifetime, she became that rare thing: a celebrity scientist, attracting the attention of the news cameras and tabloid gossip. They were fascinated because she was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize and is still the only person to have won two Nobels in two different sciences. But while the bare bones of her scientific life, the obstacles she had to overcome, the years of painstaking research, and the penalty she ultimately paid for her discovery of radium have become one of the iconic stories of scientific heroism, there is another side to Marie Curie: her human story.



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She approached to pregnancy rather like a modern woman. She went on working right until the very end, whereas most women of that period after a couple of months, they would haved completely retired from public view, and they'd spend a lot of time resting and laying down. In due course, Pierre's father Dr.Eugene Curie delivered Mary's healthy six-pound baby girl, whom he named Irene.

She really didn't want her pregnancy to hinder her work at all, and she was sort of woman who was so back at the lab bench within a couple of days of the baby being born.

Indeed, just weeks after the birth, Mary published her first scientific paper. It was an important work, which quickly spread around the world, standardising the manufacturing process of magnets. But soon after, she abandoned all work on magnetism, because she'd heard of a stunning new discovery, one that would be the making of her as a professional scientist.

It was now 1896, and another Paris-based physicist, Henri Becquerel, was exploring the properties of uranium. Finishing work early one day, he placed his materials away in a desk drawer, leaving a nugget of uranium on top of a sealed photographic plate. When he opened the drawer the following day and examined the plate, he saw that it appeared to have been exposed to a bright light. Serendipity had led Becquerel to the discovery that uranium was emitting unkonwn rays that could pass through solid matter.

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[Homework]2016-03-07 BBC:天才居里夫人:点亮世界的女人-15

She approached to pregnancy rather like a modern woman, she went on working right until the very end whereas most women of that period after a couple of months they would completely retire from public view and they spent a lot time resting and lying down.
In due course Perie's father doctor Eugene Curie delivered Marie's healthy six-pound baby girl whom she named Irene.
She really didn't want her pregnancy to hinter her work at all and she was the sort of woman who was back at the lab bench within a couple of days of the baby being born.
Indeed just weeks after the birth, Marie published her first scientific paper, it was an important work which quickly spread around the world, standardizing the manufacturing process of magnets, but soon after, she abandoned all work on magnetism, because she had heard of a stunning new discovery, one would be the making of her as a professional scientist. It was now 1896, and another Paris basic physicist Henri Becquerel was exploring the properties of Uranium, F worked early one day, he placed this material away in a desk drawer leaving a nugget of Uranium on top of a sealed photographic plate, when he opened the drawer the following day and examined the plate, he saw that it appeared to have been exposed to a bright light, serendipity had led Becquerel to the discovery that Uranium was emitting unknown rays that could pass through solid matter.


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[Homework]2016-03-07 BBC:天才居里夫人:点亮世界的女人-15

-She approached to pregnancy rather like a modern woman. She went on working right until the very end, whereas most women of that period after a couple of months, they would haved completely retired from public view, and they'd spend a lot of time resting and laying down. In due course, Pierre's father Dr.Eugene Curie delivered Mary's healthy six-pound baby girl, whom he named Irene.
-She really didn't want her pregnancy to hinder her work at all, and she was sort of woman who was so back at the lab bench within a couple of days of the baby being born.
Indeed, just weeks after the birth, Mary published her first scientific paper. It was an important work, which quickly spread around the world, standardising the manufacturing process of magnets. But soon after, she abandoned all work on magnetism, because she'd heard of a stunning new discovery, one that would be the making of her as a professional scientist.
It was now 1896, and another Paris-based physicist, Henri Becquerel, was exploring the properties of uranium. Finishing work early one day, he placed his materials away in a desk drawer, leaving a nugget of uranium on top of a sealed photographic plate. When he opened the drawer the following day and examined the plate, he saw that it appeared to have been exposed to a bright light. Serendipity had led Becquerel to the discovery that uranium was emitting unkonwn rays that could pass through solid matter.

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She approached to pregnancy rather like modern women, she went on working right untile very end. Whereaes most of women of that period after a couples of months, they would completely retired from public view, they spent a lot of time resting and lying down.
In due course, P’s father doctor U Curie delivered Marie’s healthy six pound baby girl whom she named Irene.
She really didn’t want to pregnancy to hinder her work at all, she was sort of women who was so back the lab bench wihtin the couples of days the baby be borned.
Indeed, just a week after the brith, Marie pulished her first scientific book, it was important work which is quickly spread around the world, standardizing the manufacturing process of magnets. But soon after, she abandoned all work on magnetism, because she heared of a stunning news about discovery, one would be the  making of her as professional scientist.
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