Biography Of Louis Pasteur

Biography Of Louis Pasteur   Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) was a French chemist, microbiologist, and inventor of antidotes and treatments for many deadly diseases like anthrax. Pasteur also invented a method to pasteurize milk, making it safe from tuberculosis. Pasteur also demonstrated how germs grow from contamination, disproving the theory of spontaneous infection. Louis Pasteur was born at Dole in Eastern France. Although he was not considered an exceptional student, he was a diligent and hardworking student. He was called’mediocre’ by one of his professors. After receiving a doctorate in 1847 and obtaining positions at Strasbourg, Lille, and Paris, he spent …

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