Nothing in this world should be feared … only understood
Did you know Marie Curie was the first woman to receive, not one, but two Nobel Prizes in two different fields of science? She was a pioneer woman of physics and chemistry who changed the world as we know it with her research in radiation. This fearless scientist designed and delivered portable x-rays to the battlefields of World War I, which helped diagnose more than 1 million wounded soldiers. Soldiers referred to these portable x-ray machines as “Little Curies.”
Curie knew that “Nothing in this world should be feared … only understood” and that was her life goal. May this bright and colorful depiction of Madam Curie always remind us that knowledge is power and research changes the world.
- Side vent openings to allow you access to your clothing.
- Tested through 50 industrial launderer washes.
- 5-ounce, 80/20 poly/combed cotton performance blend poplin
- One-piece, lined, notched lapel
- Left chest patch pocket with bar-tacked pencil stall; printed with the message “Nothing in this world should be feared … only understood”
- Two lower pockets
- Backside printed picture of Marie Curie
- 5-button closure
Industrial Wash. Home Wash. Light soil wash.