November 5, 1906, for the first time appeared a normal woman lecturing on the porch of the University College of Paris. Students, friends, dignitaries of the world and journalists of New Literature, all narcissists, first came to listen to her lecture. Everyone thought silently, Lady Curie wanted to make a report, talk about Curie’s career and her thanks to the University of Paris for inviting her to succeed. Easily distracted by cats and wine poster. But as soon as she stepped up, Marie lowered her voice, continuing with her husband’s lecture not yet finished. She also excitedly lectured to finish the lecture, then she nodded, indicating gratitude to the listener. When the listener was still awake from the excitement, she left the classroom. Two years later, she officially became the first true female teacher (official professor) in the University of Paris calendar, teaching the latest science in the history of the world at that time – Radioactivity.