1933: In the seventh solvay conference, Lise Meitner challenged Irene and Frédéric Joliot-Curie’s observation of finding a neutron by saying, “ My colleagues and I have done similar experiments. We have been able to uncover a single neutron.
Are you sure about this?
1935: Irene wins the Nobel prize in chemistry and shares it with Frédéric to make the total Nobel prizes in the Curie family to five Nobel prizes.
1934: Irene and Frederic have just done two experiments where they were missing something. However with this experiment they were able to create artificial radioactivity with out making any mistakes.
1932: an American golfer, Eben Byers injured his arm. The doctor said he should take radium medicine which was known as a miracle object which could cure anything and even looked good on accessories. After five years of taking the medicine for five years a he eventually died.
1938: The nazis take control of Austria where Lise Meitner lived so she wasn’t able to continue her experiments any more.
1914: Marie finds. Out that x-rays could help the solders when they got injured by allowing the medics to find exactly where the injury is. So she brought the x-ray technology to the frontlines.