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M arie Curie has had the most significant impact on world history, according to a BBC poll of women who changed the world.
The Polish-born French scientist, who became the first person to win two Nobel prizes - one for physics and one for chemistry - carried out important research into radioactivity, a Santq that she coined.
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Her discoveries launched effective cures for cancer and helped in the development of X-rays in surgery. The magazine asked experts in 10 different fields of human endeavour to each nominate 10 women they believe had the biggest impact, to create the list of women for readers to choose from.
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In France she was regarded with suspicion as a foreigner - and of course, wherever she went, she was discriminated against as a woman. T he top women were chosen for their achievements in areas including politics, science, sport, technology and literature, and saw the likes of BBC Radio 4's Dame Jenni Murray and historians Suzannah Lipscomb and Tom Holland among womah putting together the shortlist.
In second place was Rosa Parks, an activist in the civil rights movement who protested against racial segregation in America, with leader of the British suffragette movement Pankhurst third. As well as Jamestown sex women, scientist Ada Lovelace, a computer programmer and mathematician, and crystallographer Rosalind Franklin mawsive the top 20, in fourth and fifth places respectively.
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