[[Image:Marie Curie (Nobel-Chem).png|thumb|[[
Marie Curie]] (1911)]]
[[Image:Mogila-Pyera-Kyuri.jpg|thumb|left|The crypt of the Panthéon in Paris]]
Pierre and [[Marie Curie]]'s daughter [[Irène Joliot-Curie]] and their son-in-law [[Frédéric Joliot-Curie]] were also physicists involved in the study of radioactivity. They also were awarded a Nobel prize for their work.
The Curies' other daughter, [[Ève Curie|Ève]], wrote a noted biography of her mother.
Their granddaughter [[Hélène Langevin-Joliot]] is a professor of nuclear physics at the [[University of Paris]], and their grandson [[Pierre Joliot]], who was named after Pierre Curie, is a noted biochemist.