I was born in Warsaw on November 7, 1867, the daughter of a secondary-school teacher. I received a general education in local schools and some scientific training from my father.
I furthered my education in Paris at the Sorbonne, where I passed my tests in physics and mathematical sciences.
I married my husband, a physics professor, and took his place after his tragic death. I was a quiet, dignified and unassuming person, held in high esteem and admiration by scientists throughout the world.
I dedicated my life to the alleviation of suffering. Together with my husband, I was awarded half of the Nobel Prize for Physics and President Hoover of the United States presented me with a gift of $ 50,000. I canÂ’t really say much more without giving away my identity.
Who am I?
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The most complete answer: Dudley Moore