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    people’s daily life. This man, Louis Pasteur, succeeded in his medical investigations and continued to pursue his interest, despite objections given to him by his peers. The timeless work of Louis Pasteur in the areas of chemistry and microbiology provided the necessary foundation for the scientific study of immunology and stressed the importance of possessing a thorough understanding of the procedures involved in medical treatment. Background On December 27, 1822, Louis Pasteur was born to a family of

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    Louis Pasteur was magnificently a genius. His life was an example of hard work and persistence. He was called “The father of modern hygiene, public health and much of modern medicine, as well as the father of microbiology and immunology.” As a scientist, he made many discoveries and experimentations that are benefits to human and animals. Although sometimes his claims raised controversies, Louis Pasteur investigated, revised deeper and deeper his claims to bring up more evidences that lead him to

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    Louis Pasteur was a biologist and a French chemist who made major contributions to chemistry, medicine and industry. He is famous for his germ theory and he is also famous for the development of vaccines. He is also famous for the food preparing process known as pasteurization. Personal Biography Louis Pasteur born on December 27, 1822, in Dole, France. He grew up in the town of Arbois. His father, Jean-Joseph Pasteur was a tanner and a sergeant major. Since his father was decorated with the Legion

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    understand the behavior of microbes and applied those principles to improve peoples’ daily lives. This man, Louis Pasteur, was from a poor family, and he was not expected to do anything significant in his life. Nevertheless, he succeeded in his medical investigations and continued to pursue answers to his questions, despite objections given to him by his peers. The timeless work of Louis Pasteur in the areas of chemistry and microbiology provided the necessary foundation for the scientific study of

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    contributions were so powerful, they effectively changed the future of our world. Louis Pasteur, born December 27th, 1822, in the town of Dole, Eastern France, is one of the most noteworthy individuals to live during the last 200 years. Responsible for a myriad of accomplishments ranging from the debunking of the infamous “spontaneous generation” theory to the method named after him today, pasteurization, Mr. Pasteur is responsible for bestowing upon us some of the modern day conveniences we enjoy

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    Louis Pasteur Louis Pasteur was an example of a truly gifted person who made many wildly diverse discoveries in many different areas of science. He was a world-renowned French chemist and biologist whose work paved the way for branches of science and medicine such as stereochemistry, microbiology, virology, immunology, and molecular biology. He also proved the germ theory of disease, invented the process of pasteurization, fermentation, and developed vaccines for many diseases, including rabies

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    Louis Pasteur was incredible! I had heard about him before, and knew that he had made advancements in the medical world, but before doing my research, I don't think I could have pin-pointed exactly what he did. He was responsible for many significant discoveries, but the one I have chosen to focus on is the study of bacteriology. It all began when Louis Pasteur (who had made his mark in crystallography, and been hired as the dean and professor at University of Lille) was approached in the

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    Louis Pasteur in Public Health Samantha R. James PU-120 December 20, 2011 Adrian Cooksey Louis Pasteur in Public Health Louis Pasteur is a man of many talents; his greatest gift was his intelligence and patience without it the medical field and the public health system would not be where it is today. Through his patience and diligence Pasteur was able to make several advances in chemistry, microbiology, immunizations and preservations. In 1857 he developed the Germ Theory of fermentation and

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    bigger. Louis Pasteur was a microbiologist that lived in Arbois, France in the late nineteenth century. Louis Pasteur was famous for his discoveries using basic knowledge of microbiology (Robinson, 2009). He created the pasteurization process, thought flexibly to improve medical treatments for disease, and illuminated the world by opening possible discoveries for treatments of illnesses. The discovery of Pasteurization in the nineteenth century metamorphosed the world of microbiology. Louis Pasteur

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    Louis Pasteur made very important contributions to science. He figured out that microorganism scaled microbes made alcohol and milk go sour. Before his discovery, there was no way to stop beverages from going bad. Drinking spoiled drinks can have very negative effects on humans. Louis created a process that destroys the microbes inside of liquids. To do this, you must heat up a liquid to a high temperature for a short amount of time. He named this revolutionary process pasteurization. In addition

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