Pasteur, Louis


A French chemist and biologist, born in Dole, France (1822-1895). Pasteur founded the science of microbiology and proved that microorganisms cause most infectious diseases. He also invented the process of pasteurization, made significant contributions to the science of brewing and winemaking, and developed vaccines for rabies and anthrax.

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