Louis Pasteur


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Noun1.Louis Pasteur - French chemist and biologist whose discovery that fermentation is caused by microorganisms resulted in the process of pasteurization (1822-1895)Louis Pasteur - French chemist and biologist whose discovery that fermentation is caused by microorganisms resulted in the process of pasteurization (1822-1895)
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1885: Louis Pasteur administered his first successful treatment with an anti-rabies vaccine.
We are very honored to be working with the Institute that Monsieur Louis Pasteur started more than 125 years ago in Paris.
1822: Louis Pasteur, chemist and bacteriologist, was born in Dole, France.
1885: Louis Pasteur administered his first |successful treatment with an anti-rabies vaccine.
BORN MARLENE Dietrich, actress, 1901, above GERARD Depardieu, Film Actor, 1948 LOUIS Pasteur, chemist, 1822 DIED BENAZIR Bhutto, Indian PM, 2007, above HOAGY Carmichael, actor, 1981 NORMAN Schwarzkopf, general, 2012
French biologist Louis Pasteur was one of his customers.
Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg) construct the scheme-theoretic supergeometric analogue of split reductive algebraic group-schemes, namely affine algebraic superroups associated to simple Lie superalgebras of classical types.
Students and staff from Neston High had been due to fly to France yesterday morning to spend a week in the company of host families and the College Louis Pasteur - a partner school of 20 years.
If an image of a scientific discipline depends on its eminent representatives, Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), a chemist by training, is the epitome of such a person.
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While Virchow, in Germany, was developing the new science of cellular pathology, Louis Pasteur, in France, was developing the new science of bacteriology.
But none did much about it until Louis Pasteur, Edward Jenner and Robert Koch came along and joined the battle against disease.