Famous Last Will and Testament Physicist Marie Curie

About the last will and testament of famous physicist Marie Curie.

WHERE THERE'S A WILL

MARIE CURIE, Polish-French physicist, died 1934

Last Will: A gram of pure radium, originally received as a gift from the women of America, was her only property of substantial worth. "The value of the element being too great to transfer to a personal heritage, I desire to will the gram of radium to the University of Paris on the condition that my daughter. Irene Curie, shall have . . .entire liberty to use this gram ... according to the conditions under which her scientific researches shall be pursued."

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