7 November 2017 year marks 150 years since the birth of ingenious researcher Maria Sklodowska-Curie. Around this date in the Polish medical library in Kiev rolled wide portrait exhibition devoted to the figure of Maria Sklodowska-Curie in the context of modern scientific achievements in Poland and Ukraine. The exhibition presented scientific papers from the funds of the national scientific medical library of Ukraine, which introduce the research and discoveries of Maria Sklodowska-Curie and illustrations of diplomas of laureate of the Nobel Prize in physics and chemistry. Showing also the author of the book: the monograph "Radioaktivnost", 1960, "Pierre Kûri", 1926, and the works of the renowned academic, published in French, English, Ukrainian, Russian. Among them: Maria Kûri: biografiâ», written by his daughter Eve, 1977, 2006 Biography of the academic is built on a large number of documentary sources, quotations from diaries and letters of Maria Sklodowska-Curie. The exhibition features books about life and great scientific discoveries the Curie family – daughter Irena and son-in-law Frederic Joliot-Curie. In 1935, the couple Joliot-Curie for discovering artificial radioactivity and the synthesis of new radioactive elements were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry.