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.
ISLAMABAD -- Four Pakistan Polio workers were awarded prestigious Louis Pasteur medals by the Pasteur Institute of France in recognition of their laudable services towards eradication of polio from Pakistan.
ISLAMABAD -- Four Pakistan Polio workers have been awarded with prestigious Louis Pasteur medals by the Pasteur Institute of France in recognition of their laudable services towards eradication of Polio from Pakistan.
1822: Louis Pasteur, chemist and bacteriologist, was born in Dole, France.
1822: Louis Pasteur, chemist and bacteriologist who made major discoveries on vaccination, germ theory and fermentation, was born in Dole, France.
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
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.
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After overviewing the history and status of food safety, college librarian Redman presents a chronology; biographical sketches of major figures such as Rachel Carson, van Leeuwenhoek, Louis Pasteur, and Upton Sinclair; facts and statistics about specific toxins; a directory of organizations; and annotated bibliographies of print and non-print sources.
Included are the tales of Edward Jenner, the first person to inoculate people with cowpox to fight smallpox; Louis Pasteur, the physician who first developed a vaccine from a human virus; and others.