Mikolaj Kopernik( Copernicus)
Marie Curie- Sklodowska
Two is all you can think of? I'm not impressed.
Well...one and a half is all you could think of since Copernicus was half German.
Poland was also controlled by foreign powers (which didn't invest in education for Poles) during the 19th and early 20th century, when science literally exploded.
That doesn't explain the fact that Jews still were able to excel in science while Christian Poles didn't. Don't blame this on the Soviet block as Jews were persecuted during that time and went through much worse.
Probably he is another person who thinks she was French.
Stop being so presumptuous. I never denied that she was Polish. Yes, she did win 2 Nobel Prizes (it's Nobel, not Noble like you spelled it jeez) but the fact still remains that most Nobel Prizes won by Poles in physics (and probably chemistry too) were awarded to Jews. It's kind of sad that Poland's Jewish minority has done more work in science than the rest of Poles.