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Louis Pasteur

(December 27, 1822 - September 28, 1895)

Louis Pasteur was a French scientist who showed that microorganisms were responsible for disease, food spoilage and fermentation. He developed the process for killing these organisms by heat, called Pasteurization. He also developed vaccines for anthrax, cholera and rabies.

 

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