Curie Institute (Paris)

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The Curie Institute or Institut Curie is one of the leading medical research centres in the world. It is a private non-profit foundation for research into cancer. It is located in Paris, France.[1]

History[change | change source]

It was founded by Marie Curie and got state approval as a foundation in 1921.

Research[change | change source]

There are several hundred research staff at the Institute. Institut Curie does not offer undergrduate degrees, but does award Ph.D.s.

Hospital[change | change source]

Institut Curie runs the Hôpital Claudius Régaud, a cancer treatment hospital.

Nobel laureates[change | change source]

Five Nobel prizes are attached to the Institute's researchers.

  • Marie Curie, Physics, 1903
  • Marie Curie. Chemistry, 1911
  • Pierre Curie, Physics
  • Irène and Frédéric Joliot-Curie, Chemistry, 1935
  • Pierre-Gilles de Gennes

Famous alumni[change | change source]

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