Louis Pasteur

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Louis Pasteur was a French microbiologist born on December 27<sup>th</sup> in 1882 and died on Deptember 28<sup>th</sup> 1885. He is most famous for inventing the process of [[Pasteurization|pasteurization]]. This involves boiling and rapidly cooling a substance in order to kill [[Bacteria|bacteria]], meaning that food can last longer without being affected by microbial growth.&nbsp;  
 
Louis Pasteur was a French microbiologist born on December 27<sup>th</sup> in 1882 and died on Deptember 28<sup>th</sup> 1885. He is most famous for inventing the process of [[Pasteurization|pasteurization]]. This involves boiling and rapidly cooling a substance in order to kill [[Bacteria|bacteria]], meaning that food can last longer without being affected by microbial growth.&nbsp;  
  
He also developed vaccinations for antharax and rabies<ref>https://www.britannica.com/biography/Louis-Pasteur</ref>.  
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He also developed vaccinations for anthrax and rabies<ref>https://www.britannica.com/biography/Louis-Pasteur</ref>.  
  
 
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Louis Pasteur was a French microbiologist born on December 27th in 1882 and died on Deptember 28th 1885. He is most famous for inventing the process of pasteurization. This involves boiling and rapidly cooling a substance in order to kill bacteria, meaning that food can last longer without being affected by microbial growth. 

He also developed vaccinations for anthrax and rabies[1].


References

  1. https://www.britannica.com/biography/Louis-Pasteur
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