Bert Coursey is currently a guest researcher in the Standards Coordination Office at NIST. He received a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of Georgia and came to the NIST Radioactivity Group in 1972. He has spent 47 years at NIST–with nine of these on detail to the Department of Homeland Security. His current research focuses on the history of standards for radiation physics in the United States. He pursues outside interests including jogging, kayaking and hiking with his family in Western Maryland.
A Reflection on the 150 Anniversary of the Birth of Marie Curie
Author: Bert M. Coursey
In this account, we will look at the lasting impact of Marie Curie's contributions to science and technology.
Citation for this publication:
Coursey, B.M., “A Reflection on the 150 Anniversary of the Birth of Marie Curie”, Appl. Radiat. Isotp. 130, 280-284 (2017).
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