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                                                    Louis Pasteur

Louis Pasteur was a French chemist and microbiologist. He discovered various vaccinations for different diseases and proved that diseases are caused by germs by introducing the Germ Theory. Pasteur also came up with a process of food preparation that is now known as Pasteurization. He also discovered the anaerobic bacteria. He was born on December 27, 1822, in a poor family of Dole, France. Louis Pasteur was a gifted artist. During his school life, he showed considerable talent, especially in his pastel portraits.

Fast Facts: –

  • He received a Bachelor of Arts in 1840 from the College Royal de Besancon and then appointed as teaching assistant.
  • In 1847, he submitted a thesis in chemistry and then another thesis in physics.
  • Pasteur was the person who introduced the term ‘vaccination’.
  • He became dean of the faculty of sciences at Lille University in 1854.
  • In 1868, he suffered a brain stroke that left him partially paralyzed.
  • He found a vaccination for rabies that saved the life of a young boy in 1885. The boy was the first person to receive this treatment.
  • He is also credited with the discovery of the molecular basis for the asymmetry of certain crystals.
  • Louis Pasteur was made a Grand Croix of the Legion of Honor for his influential contributions. It is a prestigious French order.
  • Throughout his life, he was a deeply religious Christian.
  • Louis established the Pasteur Institute in the year of 1887 and remained its director until death.
  • His paralysis worsened in his last day and he passed away on September 28, 1895.


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