Welcome to CURIEOSITY, the Marie-Curie Skłodowska Festival 2011

Marie Curie biographyThe Marie-Curie Skłodowska Festival 2011 is a series of exhibitions, films and a theatrical production scheduled to take place in September 2011 in London.  Our aim is to present another side to the complicated and multi-faceted persona of Marie Curie (born Maria Skłodowska), to better understand the consequences of her life and contribution beyond just science.

We’d love to hear from you…

We have heard so many interesting stories and perspectives on Marie Curie.  What’s for sure is that Mdme Curie inspires with her life and discoveries.  Leave a comment – all we ask is that it remains on-topic.  Or you can  register and contribute an article… we will NOT pass on any of your details.


8 Responses to “Welcome to CURIEOSITY, the Marie-Curie Skłodowska Festival 2011”

  1. G. Stobbart says:

    Sounds really interesting. Its good to see history and science given the attention they deserve – especially with so important a figure as Mme. Curie. Looking forward to September!

  2. magdalena says:

    We are also looking forward to see you there!
    thanks for your comment

  3. Jenny says:

    It sound interesting.When exactly in September?Are there possibility to book the ticket and how much it cost?

  4. magdalena says:

    Hi Jenny ,
    We will publish the details in few days.

  5. Embassy of Poland Ottawa says:

    Embassy of Poland, Ottawa
    ‎100 years ago Marie Skłodowska Curie was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and we are glad to hear that the University of Westminster in London is paying tribute to her. Don’t forget that here in Ottawa there will be a play entitled, “Radiation.” Check our events page to find out more.

  6. Embassy of Poland Washington DC says:

    Embassy of Poland, Washington DC via Embassy of Poland, Ottawa
    UK university to honour Maria Sklodowska-Curie
    The University of Westminster in London is staging a festival in mid-September in tribute to Maria Sklodowska-Curie, the Polish scientist who 100 years ago was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry.

  7. Dennis Urbanski says:

    Magdalena thanks for sharing this information, the way I’m reading it she was a woman ahead o her time as a person and also brilliant.

  8. Anne Enke says:

    Superb project! I will do what I can to help. Anne

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