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Marie Curie (1867-1934) was a pioneer in the research of radioactivity, discovering elements Radium and Polonium. Curie was the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize, and also the first person ever honored with two Nobel Prizes in two different science categories. Marie Curie was a scientist ahead of her time, important to the field of science much like Curie Society is important to the Science Museum of Minnesota.
Curie Society Members are leaders in the community who are passionate about science education and part of an exclusive group who support the museum with an annual gift of $2,500 or more. We are here because of you. Your gift provides the foundation of support that allows us to be leaders in the area of exhibitions, education, teacher professional development, and bringing science to the public in innovative ways.
We invite you to lead. Be part of the insider dialogue and scientific conversation that is happening at the museum right now. Together we can advance science literacy for the good of our state, our region, our nation, and our world. Help us achieve our mission to 'turn on the science' while we provide you with an experience you can only find at the Science Museum of Minnesota.
The Curie Experience
As a Curie Society Member your contribution is recognized on donor panel in the Science Museum's lobby and in the Annual Report.
Contact Leah Dixon, Curie Society Manager, regarding your benefits or if you have any questions: (651) 221-4586 or .