Philadelphia Inquirer: In Museums—Suffrage, Scandal, Sloths, and Rebellion
Marie Curie, on the cusp of her second Nobel Prize, almost lost it all in a love scandal detailed in private letters made public at the time. Maybe not a bodice buster, but an engaging talk delivered by fellow Ashley Bowen nonetheless.
“Love, Stamps, Science, and Scandal”
February 11, 6:30 p.m.
Photo: Cuban postage stamp commemorating Pierre and Marie Curie’s discovery of radium (1938)