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    In this world, we are experiencing many breakthroughs. There are many men and women who have impacted the world in the field of medicine. One of these individuals is Louis Pasteur, a man who created pasteurization and vaccines. He saved many lives and always found a way to solve problems. Louis Pasteur was a French chemist and microbiologist whose work is renowned all around the world. Louis Pasteur was born on December 27, 1822; in Dole, Jura, France. His father was Jean-Joseph Pasteur and his mother was Jeanne Roqui. He lived in a poor family and his father was a tanner. However, his father had been a sergeant major and was decorated with France's highest honor: The Legion of Honor. Louis grew up in Arbois, and was moved into…

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    It is rare to find someone that is a master of their trade, but when it came to saving lives through disease research Louis Pasteur is one. Throughout his entire life he stayed around educational institutions and universities. His career was very long and consisted of lots of research and much time spent in laboratories. Described as a man who would do anything for his trade, at times he was even said to put his life at risk to do his research. Countless lives have been saved due to Pasteur’s…

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    Louis Pasteur was born in Dole, France on December 27th in 1822. He was the son of Jean Pasteur and Jeanne-Etiennette Roqui. His father was a poorly educated tanner, who had high hopes for his son to excel in his education. * Pasteur gave a significant impact to the world of scientific research through his numerous contributions. Earlier in his life, Pasteur worked as a chemist, and dealt with the specific nature of tartaric acid. Tartaric acid is a type of acid that occurs naturally in many…

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    Louis pasteur discover many things, in 1864 he discovers pasteurization. One of the reason why louis pasteur was so important was because he created a process called pasteurization. Pasteurization is process that destroys pathogens in milk, wine, and other food. If we didn't have this process then all of food would go bad, and we wouldn't have anything to eat. It's a simple process that change everything. Pasteurization is a process that kills bacteria with heat. Pasteur made a huge impact on…

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    Louis Pasteur was a renowned scientist during the nineteenth century. He significantly impacted the worlds of medicine and biology with multiple different studies including the germ theory and vaccination. He had no intention to revolutionize medicine. One of his original experiments was in France. His original intent was to improve the process by which alcohol was made. Instead, he went on to demonstrate that organisms were responsible for souring wine, beer, and even milk. The process that he…

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    Today, Louis Pasteur’s name has become almost synonymous with germ theory, vaccination, and immunology. His accomplishments include not just disease management, but include also the saving of certain business and national economies. For example, one of Pasteur’s first successes was in identifying the nature of fermentation, and showing the importance of yeast as a catalyst. Because of his work, distilleries in Lille, France were able to produce wine more regularly once Pasteur had discovered the…

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    A scientist is a person who engagingly studies or has deep knowledge in the fields of science. The main fields of science include; Physics, biology, chemistry, geology, etc. which branch into other deeper subjects. Scientists contributed greatly in society that made us live the life we live today. There are many scientists who are not recognized enough for their scientific discoveries and influences. One scientist that I definitely believe that should be on the Science Hall of Fame is Louis…

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    “Do not let yourself be tainted with barren skepticism”. This means that you shouldn't take what critics say to heart.Louis Pasteur impacted the citizens of the United States because he created the rabies vaccine, he had very many scientific discoveries, and he found out how to limit bacteria. Louis Pasteur is known for his work in medicine and science. Louis pasteur was born in Dole, Jura, France in 1822. His grades in school were only above average. He attended the college…

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    Louis Pasteur is an excellent guy who has done things that led to the advancement of the life we honor today. Before Pasteur became that excellent person Louis went through a little bit of tragedies. A tragedy is when a event cause great suffering destruction, and distress,such as a serious accident,crime or natural catastrophe. These tragedies led to his triumphs which made him an excellent person. Triumphs are great victories or achievements. Pasteur did have tragedies but they were not that…

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    Thesis: After Joseph Lister read an article of Louis Pasteur about germ theory, he remembered that in Carlisle, England, people got rid of trash smell by using a spray. He discovered that the spray used killed germs, which caused smell. "Robert Koch was the first scientist to devise a series of tests used to assess the germ theory of disease." At about 1870, the world accepted their "changing" discovery and soon the Germ Theory began. Thus the discoveries of these men revolutionized and…

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