She did quality research on radioactive isotopes and found a no of new theories; she was also responsible for coining a series of important terms. Not too many people know that she discovered two important elements in radium and polonium, both these elements have several different uses. She won the noble prize in the year 1903; she won it for her achievements in the field of Physics.
She also contributed during the First World War, she was the one who found mobile radiography units and it was a big breakthrough back then. She won not only the noble prize but also several other major honors for her exemplary research in the field of Physics, her achievements still remain unmatched.
There were very few resources available in her period but she made the most of those resources and left her everlasting mark in the world. Even the generations to come will acknowledge and appreciate her achievements.
Elinor Ostrom won the Noble prize in the year 2009; she was an economist and was awarded the noble prize for her research on economic governance. Her analysis on the commons was exceptional and this was why she was awarded the noble prize in the year 2009.
Her research talked about common properties and hoe we can use these common properties very effectively. No other economist could come up with analysis on economic governance but she managed to do it and she also managed to bag the prestigious noble prize.
Irene Joliot-Curie was the daughter of Marie Curie and both mother and daughter won the prestigious Noble prize, both won it for their research on radioactivity. Irene won it for her research and analysis on artificial radioactivity. Her research was so effective that it became much easier to create radioactive material, earlier it was really expensive but thanks to her research she made it easy to create radioactive material. She was provided with an ideal platform thanks to her mother Marie Curie, she took the research of her mother forward and the same