(1904 - 2007)
Born in France, Ève Curie was the youngest daughter of scientists Marie and Pierre Curie. The only member of her immediate family not to pursue a scientific career, she published Madam Curie, a biography of her mother, in 1935. During World War II she was active in the French resistance, and in her later years worked closely with UNICEF. She died in Manhattan at the age of 102.