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Louis Pasteur, 1822 - 1895, enter, enter


Founder of microbiology, Pasteur invented the Pasteurization process that kill bacteria and increase health standard around the globe. He is a leading immunologist. Three of his five children died of typhoid, inspiring him to conduct research at the University of Strasburgh and elsewhere later. Pasteurization (a process of toning and treating milk free of damage causing microbes) is the most common reference to the great chemist and biologist who ever lived on this earth, Louis Pasteur. He is a well known name in the medical world as well as for millions of people around the world. The French chemist was also a brilliant microbiologist known for his outstanding breakthroughs in medicines and invention of vaccines for diseases that were never known to be treated. Pasteur was the first man on earth to have discovered cure for dangerous puerperal fever and created the first type of vaccine for rabies and anthrax.
Louis, , Pasteur
People type: science
Achievement: Microbiology
Immunization
1822-12-27
1895-09-28
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