• Alexander C. R. Hammond

Heroes of Progress, Pt. 19: Louis Pasteur


Introducing the 19th century French scientist, who is commonly dubbed the “father of microbiology.” Pasteur is renowned for developing the germ theory of disease, creating the process of pasteurization (which prevents the spoiling of many food products), and for changing the way that scientists create vaccines.


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