The new exhibition at the Museum of Marie Skłodowska-Curie is where the fascinating biography of the two-time Nobel Prize winner will come together with the equally captivating story of science.


Marie Curie Museum will operate in the tenement house, currently under refurbishment by the Warsaw Council, at 16 Freta Street in Warsaw’s old town, the scholar’s birth place.

The starting point for the concept proposal of the new exhibition at the Museum of Marie Skłodowska-Curie PTChem was the specific symbolism of the language of chemistry applied to describe molecules or chemical reactions. Bond symbols in structural formulas of chemical compounds will guide visitors across the exhibition spaces.

The new exhibition is scheduled to be opened in November of 2017 and will coincide with important events: the 150th anniversary of Marie Skłodowska-Curie’s birthday, 50th anniversary of the Museum, and 85th anniversary of the Radium Institute in Wawelska Street in Warsaw.
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