By Beazley D.M.
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Examines the lifetime of the Polish-born scientist who, along with her husband Pierre, was once offered a 1903 Nobel Prize for locating radium.
At the present time, radar in a single shape or one other is probably going to show up in every single place: on the street, on the waterfront, in an underground motor-road. through a ways the widest use of radar is made via the army and scientists. In all of those fields millions upon hundreds of thousands of radar units are at paintings. a few of them are sufficiently small to be outfitted into spectacles, others weigh enormous quantities of lots.
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