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Sir Alexander Fleming, FRSE, FRS, FRCS(Eng) (6 August 1881 - 11 March 1955) was a Scottish biologist and pharmacologist.

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The singular person that shaped the 20th century is Sir Alexander Fleming.
Sir Alexander Fleming, Nobel laureate and inventor of the penicillin, studied in Imperial College London?
"If penicillin can cure those that are ill, Spanish sherry can bring the dead back to life." . - Sir Alexander Fleming Ha!
Penicillin was re-discovered by bacteriologist Alexander Fleming…
I'd rather read my notes in Micro than watch how Loisa reacts. Gaaahddd. Alexander Fleming, inject the Penicillium notatum to loisa please!!
A good gulp of whiskey at bedtime - it's not very scientific, but it helps. - Alexander Fleming
Nerd confession- I still confuse Alexander Fleming and Nicholas Flamel. Both worked magic, in a way.
+60 14 6479 870 is my number. iMessage to Alexander.flemingalso seems to work
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I'm pretty sure Dr Edward Jenner and Alexander Fleming must have saved a lot more.
Christ. Sunday Mail has an article professing to know how Alexander Fleming and John Logie Baird would have voted in the (No.)
I heard that's what killed Alexander Fleming.
“Penicillin cures, but wine makes people happy.” ― Alexander Fleming
Maybe if they were Alexander Fleming Memorial Hamburger Rolls... Also made an ice-cream cake.
Top 5 people named Alex:. 5. Alexander The Great. 4. Alexander Fleming. 3. 2. 1. i can't think of anyone else
My housing assignment in London is called "Alexander Fleming." I'm pretty sure he's the wizard who enchanted the sorcerer's stone
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I want to give a shoutout right quick to Alexander Fleming on this beautiful Maroon Friday morning.
I have been trying to point out that in our lives chance may have an astonishing influence ... Sir Alexander Fleming
he is one part Alexander Fleming, one part Arnold Schwartzenegger.
PMSL, a mega course of 'Alexander Fleming's' discovery... .
Reading Nick Clegg's reasoning for staying together. Great BRITS like Chris Hoy, Alexander Fleming and Adam Smith have done great things.
That's difficult. I think Edward Jenner, Louis Pasteur, Alexander Fleming and Leeuwenhoek? Good things for humanity, you know?
day 87 34. The Bank of Scotland, founded in 1695, is the oldest surviving bank in the UK. It was also the first bank in Europe to print its own bank notes. 35. Famous Scottish inventions include the television, developed by John Logie Baird in 1925, the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876 and penicillin, by Alexander Fleming in 1928. 36. The first teaching hospital in America, the Baltimore Infirmary was founded by a Glasgow surgeon, Granville Sharp Pattison, in 1816. 37. Scotland has three officially recognised languages: English, Scots and Scottish Gaelic, with just one per cent of the population using the last.
1.Television was invented - J. L. Baird 2.Invented radar - Taylor and Young 3.Who discovered gravity - Newton 4.Which acids in vinegar and pickles - acetic acid 5.Which Nibu and orange acids - citric acid 6.Sour milk - the production of lactic acid present 7.The ink is placed in the hands of voters - Silver nitrate 8.Earth rotates on its Ac - from west to east 9.The smell of onions and garlic is - due to the presence of potassium 10.x-rays discovered - by Rontjn 11.Scooter inventor - Brad Shaw 12.Inventor revolvers - Colt 13.To explore the depths of the sea - by Alti meter 14.DN E. Structure of the Model - Watsn and Crick 15.Be the first element in the lab - Urea 16.Inventor of the telephone - Graham Bell 17.Blasted by India's first satellite - Arya Bhatt 18.Pensilin discovered - Alexander Fleming 19.The smallpox vaccine - by genre 20.Father of biology - Aristotle 21.Inventor of dynamite - Alfred Nobel 22.The first man landing on the moon - Neil Arm Strong 23.The first man in space - Yuri Gagarin 24.The b ...
I keep getting confused about Alexander Fleming and Edward Jenner as well as William Harvey, Ambroise Paré and Vesalius😪
His name was Fleming, and he was a poor Scottish farmer. One day, while trying to make a living for his family, he heard a cry for help coming from a nearby bog. He dropped his tools and ran to the bog. There, mired to his waist in black muck, was a terrified boy, screaming and struggling to free himself. Farmer Fleming saved the lad from what could have been a slow and terrifying death The next day, a fancy carriage pulled up to the Scotsman's sparse surroundings. An elegantly dressed nobleman stepped out and introduced himself as the father of the boy Farmer Fleming had saved 'I want to repay you,' said the nobleman. 'You saved my son's life.' 'No, I can't accept payment for what I did,' the Scottish farmer replied waving off the offer. At that moment, the farmer's own son came to the door of the family hovel. 'Is that your son?' the nobleman asked. 'Yes,' the farmer replied proudly. 'I'll make you a deal. Let me provide him with the level of education my own son will enjoy If the lad is anything like . ...
I got many a atheists in a tizzy tonight. . Everyone of them should thank Sir Alexander Fleming a Christian they are alive today.
Ooohh his name is familiar to me, Alexander Fleming but i forgot what he discovered
Hello Thank you for the RT. Spoilt for choice. I loved these peonies Alexander Fleming
BLOODLETTING: also known as venesection was used up until 1942 in the treatment of pneumonia (lung infection). Bloodletting, the taking of blood from a patient with therapeutic intent was a practice favoured by doctors and barber-surgeons for many centuries, and is now, perhaps surprisingly, still employed for a few specific indications such as polycythaemia and haemochromatosis. As late as 1942, a famous medical textbook considered bloodletting appropriate treatment for pneumonia. Lol. The arrival of penicillin in 1940s (discovered by a British doctor Alexander Fleming) ended the need for treatment of pneumonia via bloodletting. Please let's not be too harsh/judgemental towards earlier doctors because in years to come it is my safe prediction that some, if not many, of our current practices will be looked on with similar disbelief. So perhaps we should not be too critical of our medical predecessors. Dr Maduka C Ogwueleka (MBBS, MRCPUK, MRCPE)
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Does anyone know what date alexander fleming go back i have lost the letter:/ x
"There are many talented singers but it takes intense ambition to bring that talent to fruition." Renee Fleming
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Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin because his lab was messy so you cant tell me to clean my room because I might discover a cure, MOM.
Anyway, a joke. Alexander Fleming. He broke the mould.
The Internet is giving $31,000 to a man who spent 25 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit
Did you Know!!! That no matter where you are in the world at some point in your life you have used Scottish ingenuity and people wonder why we are a very proud race. Television Invented by John Logie Baird in 1922 - hard to imagine life without it! Born in Helensburgh, Dumbarton. John Logie Baird was an engineer who invented the television in 1926 - he was the first to demonstrate a working television set and transmit a recognizable image. This is one of the Scottish inventions that the majority of the world use every day. During WWII he was involved in the development of RADAR (Radio detection and ranging) with fellow Scottish inventor Sir Robert Alexander Watson-Watt, and at one time also took out patent on fiber-optics. Penicillin Discovered by Sir Alexander Fleming in 1928 - thinking about it, I’ve got my priorities wrong by putting this one second to television! Born in Ayrshire. Alexander Fleming was a scientist (biologist and pharmacologist) who was heavily involved in scientific medical research ...
"Penicillin cures, but makes people happy." --Alexander Fleming
Did Alexander Fleming moonlight as a hairdresser? "Thanks for discovering penicillin -- now how about we try a bouffant?"
shout out to Alexander Fleming for accidentally discovering penicillin👏
Stumbled across the Sir Alexander Fleming. Anyone know other themed pubs?
that's all good for you just ask Alexander Fleming
Kajalb Penincillin is called used to be called a Miracle Drug.Alexander Fleming wrote a paper called Penincillin about this drug discovery.
you're banished from the human race if you do not recognize the important work of Sir Alexander Fleming
I was advised today. That when someone nuts says "x was a Freemason" just reply with, so was Winston Churchill. So was Alexander Fleming
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Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928; it's first recorded use to treat infection was in 1930.
Sir Alexander Fleming Primary sent us some amazing app ideas: after a TAB vote, certificates and badges are en route!
A movie about Isaac Newton, Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Alexander Fleming please.
“One sometimes finds what one is not looking for” - Alexander Fleming
Just been to Alexander Fleming's Laboratory Museum. Amazing place to learn the history of great medical discovery.
TODAY IN FOOD HISTORY On this day in: 1791 Samuel Mulliken of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania received a patent for a machine to thresh corn and grain. 1853 Self rising flour was supposedly invented by Henry Jones of Bristol, UK. (Dates vary, 1845, 1852 and 1853). 1888 In the Northeastern U.S. the 'Great Blizzard of 1888' began 3 days of snow, wind and freezing weather. Up to 4 feet of snow fell with drifts exceeding 20 feet, shutting down all communication and transportation. 1903 Lawrence Welk, champagne music-maker, was born. 1918 The first U.S. cases of the deadly 'Spanish Influenza' were reported at the Army hospital in Fort Riley, Kansas. The pandemic killed more than 600,000 Americans, and almost 40 million people worldwide. 1945 Canned Heat guitarist Harvey Mandel was born. 1947 Mark Stein of the music group 'Vanilla Fudge' was born. 1955 Alexander Fleming died (born Aug 6, 1881). Scottish bacteriologist who discovered penicillin in 1928 while working at St. Mary's Hospital in London. 1972 Neil Young's ...
Big Thank you to Alexander Fleming and his two colleagues for discovering penicillin !!
there's a coffee and cake morning for Marie Curie at Sir Alexander Fleming School Sutton Hill Friday 28th.
The new SoundCloud allows you to listen to Alexander Fleming, Florence Nightingale and lots more!
I'll go to London alone to see Alexander Fleming in St.Paul's cathedral. But I cannot speak English at all... I knew that... But
Alexander Fleming, discoverer of penicillin, was a reservist. Find out more about the history of the reserves:
A Very Happy Birthday to Cornelius Alexander Fleming, May your day be filled with much Love, Joy & Happiness. Nanny & Uncle Ted.
What is the significant contribution of Alexander fleming in the field of Biology? - -GoOd morning everyone'!!!:-D ** Just answer if you want to:-)
Gavin McInnes is right, outside of physical tasks with a common goal, teamwork is just terrible. Theory of relativity, not a team, in fact the team that followed created the atom bomb. Marie Curie, not a team. Penicillin, Alexander Fleming, not a team. Steve Jobs was right, the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones that do.
Day 289 God Will Cause Your Gift To Promote You Proverbs 17:8 8A present is a precious stone in the eyes of its possessor; wherever he turns, he prospers. When we see something moldy, we throw it away. But when Alexander Fleming saw his culture dishes contaminated with mold, he discovered penicillin. You see, he had a gift that prospered him. Joseph, a Hebrew slave in Egypt, had nothing except his gift of interpreting dreams. But look at what that gift did for him. It prospered him. He interpreted Pharaoh’s dream and became the most powerful man in Egypt after Pharaoh. (Genesis 41) “But Pastor Prince, what if I don’t have any gift?” My friend, don’t let anyone tell you that you don’t have any gift. God has given each person a gift that can open doors of opportunities and bring in great blessings. Maybe you are just not aware of that gift you have inside you, or perhaps it has profited you nothing thus far as you have not found out how best to use it. You need to take your gift and ask God for ...
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If only. To be honest if it does happen it will be more likely Robert Burns or Alexander Fleming that will be in them.
Thank you Summit Medical, and thank you Alexander Fleming, for accidentally discovering penicillin!
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Is it pd day tomorrow for alexander fleming? ?
*** and Dom learned about the discovery of penicillin at the Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum for Absolute Genius
*** and Dom arriving breathless for Absolute Genius at the Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum
knowledge:. Study of Fungi is called "Mycology". . + . Alexander Fleming discovered the "pencilline"...
Sir Alexander Fleming of St Marys Hospital London in 1929 called the Filtrate of colonies lysing Staphylococcus as Penicillin. Professor Waksman with his associates at Rutgers University,New Jersey,USA,followed systematic examination of several species of steptomyces for Antibiotics,in 1943 isolated Streptomyces griseus from heavily manured soil near farm buildings at the University Agricultural station,in 1944 Streptomycin proved efficiently to treat Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Waksman was awarded Nobel Prize in 1952. In 1948 11 workers employed by the American Commercial Organisation examined 1,00,000 soil samples to find 75 antibiotic producing moulds among which Actinomyces rimosus produced Oxytetracyclin/Terramycin. In 1947 Paul Ehrlich at Yale University reported Buckholder examining 6000 soil samples to isolate Actinomyces venezuelae and Chloramphenicol came into use. ISOLATION and IDENTIFICATION though is UNCONSTITUTIONAL in INDIA FOR VARIOUS POLITICAL GAINS,Isolation and Identification is the ...
1928: Alexander Fleming discovered and isolated penicillin, the worlds first antibiotic
The Bodleian has a shrine (too small to be called a museum) dedicated to Sir Alexander Fleming and penicillin.
Quality of a good researcher...! To become a good researcher you should have aptitude in that domain and also "Madness" is required as Ishfaq Ahmed mentioned in his Novel "Mann Chalay ka Soda".once I met with Alexander Fleming (Who discover penicillin) and asked him how you discover it ?? He answered me.Mr. Ishfaq Research or to discover is like a "Qalandar Dance" coz that person looked like a mad but actually his is not mad.! So for a good researcher.his passion,involvement, love with subject,madness and aptitude is important tool..otherwise you could be a MS or PhD degree holder but not researcher.!
Live Trivia with free prizes and DH gift certificates to be won over 3 spectacular rounds! $5 pints all night long (50, coors, canadian, Molson stock Ale) Gerrod Rankin with special guest host A Alexander Fleming AKA Tony. Also Rob Rosati return to the wood. Dusty D'Annunzio live on stage after!
"... in 1945, while accepting a Nobel Prize for discovering penicillin, Alexander Fleming warned of a future in which antibiotics had been used with abandon and bacteria had grown resistant to them. Today, this future is imminent."
My LOVE for Alexander Fleming is HUGE!! (Inventor of Penicilin).I can swallow again!!! :-)
Louis Pasteur discovered the vaccine against rabbies Alexander Fleming formulated penicillin Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone "Telegraph" was discovered by the Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi
Sources for antibiotics can be found in some very strange places. A lot of the medications that we depend upon today were discovered in some distinctly yucky places. That tradition goes back to 1928, when Alexander Fleming discovered the very first antibiotic, penicillin; bacteria-killing mold...
Thank you Mr Alexander Fleming for discovering penicillin. 2 days of your tonic and golf ball sized throat glands almost back to normal.
Smiling Danny Alexander opens a food bank in Inverness. A picture that requires no comment
I hear George Osborne's disastrous "my way or the highway" speech backed up by Ed Balls & Danny Alexander was Al Darling…
A portal to the world of c.elegans @ Sir Alexander Fleming Building
The life saving drug Pencillin was actually discovered by chance by Sir Alexander Fleming in the early 1900's. This was found to be very effective and it was the first antibiotic used, especially in World War II to save lives. But in some people there were side effects which lead to death. Jesus came into this world to save lives and it was by no accident. It was foretold by God right in the beginning in the garden of Eden (Gen 3:15) and at the right time 2000 years later He came into this world (Gal 4:4). He shed His blood on the cross for the forgiveness of all sins (Col 1:14) - "the most effective life saving drug" there ever was and will be with no adverse reactions whatsoever but only favourable results ! Even if peoples lives are saved because of Pencillin, they will still did a physical death someday and face eternity in *** without Jesus. But when peoples lives are saved through receiving Jesus as Lord and forgiveness of sins through His blood, He will live eternally in Heaven even though he die . ...
Just In: On this day March11 In 1955 Sir Alexander Fleming who discovered antibiotics Penicillin [from the mould Penicillium notatum] , a revolution in medical field, died of heart attack. His discovery of penicillin changed the world of modern medicine by introducing the age of useful antibiotics; penicillin has saved, and is still saving, millions of people around the world. For the discovery of Penicillin he was awareded with Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1945 alongwith duo Florey & Chain. And in 1999, Time magazine named Fleming one of the 100 Most Important People of the 20th Century for his discovery of penicillin. May your soul rest in peace sir. We salute you.
FEBRUARY 21 – BIRTHS – Scientists born on February 21st Henrik Dam Born 21 Feb 1895; died 17 Apr 1976 at age 81. Carl Peter Henrik Dam was a Danish biochemist who shared (with Edward A. Doisy) the 1943 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for researchinto antihemorrhagic substances and the discovery of vitamin K (1939). Harry Stack Sullivan Born 21 Feb 1892; died 14 Jan 1949 at age 56. U.S. psychiatrist who developed a theory of psychiatry based on interpersonal relationships. He believed that anxiety and other psychiatric symptoms arise in fundamental conflicts between the individual and his human environment and that personality development also takes place by a series of interactions with other people. August von Wassermann Born 21 Feb 1866; died 16 Mar 1925 at age 59. German bacteriologist whose discovery of a universal blood-serum test (1906) for syphilis helped extend the basic tenets of immunology to diagnosis. "The Wassermann reaction," in combination with other diagnostic procedures, is stil ...
I had no idea Ian Fleming was the great grandson of Alexander Fleming
Today I give my thanks to Alexander Fleming and Nils Lofgren for penicillin and Bonjela lol
Stacy P. and Tom H.-they are the first ones to suggest and encourage a show in the little house as remedy for location problems Alexander Fleming and Joe Pestilence were having with shows they were to do with touring bands called summers eve and couple weeks later - artless. The side view faces r Tod edmunds and Bobby Cartret
Alexander Fleming: "Father of Antiobiotics" credited with the clinical discovery of Penicillin.
The discovery of penicillin is attributed to Alexander Fleming, who discovered that the mold from bread had antibiotic properties. However, treating infections with moldy food or soil is a traditional folk remedy that dates back to ancient Egypt.
penicillin and a sovereign God So I woke up with penicillin on my mind. I knew that it was not all that long ago that penicillin had been developed / discovered as a major antibiotic. So I researched its history. An English scientist, Sir Alexander Fleming noticed an accident with an experiment in 1928. A dish of bacteria had become contaminated with some kind of mold and that mold was dissolving some of the bacteria. After he grew the mold in a pure culture he found that it was effective to kill many kinds of bacteria. By 1941, as World War II was ramping up, scientists from England and the U.S. put their heads together to find a way to produce penicillin on a mass scale. They worked in a lab located in Peoria, Illinois and needed to find some natural mold that was effective in producing penicillin. After a world-wide search they found the best mold producer to come from a moldy cantaloupe in a Peoria market! Production cost went from priceless to only $20 per dose by July 1943 and about 50 cent ...
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Antibiotics and Sinusitis An antibiotic is a soluble substance derived from a mold or bacterium that inhibits the growth of other microorganisms. The first antibiotic was Penicillin, discovered by Alexander Fleming in 1929, but it was not until World War II that the effectiveness of antibiotics was acknowledged, and large-scale fermentation processes were developed for their production. Acute sinusitis is one of many medical disorders that can be caused by a bacterial infection. However, it is important to remember that colds (viral infections), allergies, and environmental irritants, which are more common than bacterial sinusitis, can also cause sinus problems. Antibiotics are effective only against sinus infections caused by a bacterial infection. The following symptoms may indicate the presence of a bacterial infection in your sinuses: Pain in your cheeks or upper back teeth A lot of bright yellow or green drainage from your nose for more than 10 days No relief from decongestants, and/or Symptoms that ...
My man thinks im the most gorges woman on the planet, and if you don't believe me read on.Hacked by Craig Alexander Fleming lmao(PS darling next time I mite get cheeky instead of honest close it up next time)
Bacteriologist Alexander Fleming made a chance discovery in 1928 from a discarded, contaminated Petri Dish. Find out how.
Alexander Fleming was born in a remote, rural part of Scotland. The seventh of eight siblings and half-siblings, his family worked an 800-acre farm a mile from the nearest house. The Fleming children spent much of their of time ranging through the streams, valleys, and moors of the countryside. "We…
It's a medical fact for 1928 - Alexander Fleming, at St Mary's Hospital, London, accidentally rediscovers the antibiotic Penicillin. Phew! Thank goodness for that!
I've read somewhere that Alexander Fleming invented penicillin with the time he saved unbuckling a block from his house.
Alexander Fleming the world renowned discoverer of Penesilan
Long time ago , there was a person belonging to a rich family and his car was stuck in a pit. He tried his best to pull out the car but failed. A poor peasant was watching and he helped the person and the car was pulled out from the pit. The next day the father of the rich person gave the peasant some money for his help. But the farmer refused to accept the money, saying it was his duty to help him. An idea struck the mind of the rich man. He asked the peasant if he could take care of his son and provide him all amenities for good education. The farmer thought for a while and accepted the offer. The old man took good care of the poor child and sent him for best education. The child was brilliant and became a doctor. One day the only child of the rich man was diagnosed with some disease and there was no hope of his survival. The doctor ( earlier the poor child) tried his best to save the son of the rich man. He invented penicillin which saved the life of the his patient, The doctor was Alexander Fleming w ...
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ASCOMYCETE OF THE 20TH CENTURY - PENICILLIUM, the source of the antibiotic penicillin. Discovered by accident by Alexander Fleming in 1928 - it spread mold-like overnight over an open Petri Dish of the bacterium Staphylococcus. The particular species used today as penicillin is Penicillium chrysogenum. This discovery has been, arguably, the most beneficial of all discoveries in the 20th Century. The Ascos rule!
The 'true' story of Sir Alexander Fleming's discovery of penicillin. On the Alberta/Montana Border: One Dirty Dish
P is also for Penicillin - discovered by Alexander Fleming in 1928 and changing medical treatment forever.
Q2 which country was Alexander Fleming from?
Some people want it all,. Some people need nothing at all,. Some have everything. Thank God for Alexander Fleming
Who is Rahmat-al-Alameen, an illiterate controversial Arab Bedouin or Alexander Fleming who discovered penicillin?
God bless you, Alexander Fleming, for discovering (and predating the use of) antibiotics.
Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin in 1928, and even then he had concerns with antibiotic resistance.
Wow. For some reason I was expecting the TV show to be about scientist Alexander Fleming, not James Bond author Ian Fleming. Hmm.
Finally ma throat is feeling normal again. Big cheers to Alexander Fleming for penicillin.
When you kill a shiny and pretend you don't care, you will look like Alexander Fleming
Answer to our Presidents Day Quiz: (L-R) Edward Jenner, Alexander Fleming, John Snow & Jonas Salk. Do you know them?
Online video on BBC website gives Alexander and Daring 4m22s to abuse Alex Salmond, but he only gets 47s to put his point…
The most sincere of thanks to Alexander Fleming for getting the antibiotic discovery train up and running back in the day. U da man.
Finally got round to re-watching 'Building Sights: Alexander Fleming House' from 1988:
Happy Friday! On this date in history (deep breath...); 399 - Socrates, the philosopher was sentenced to death 1009 - The first known mention of Lithuania was recorded in the annals of the monastery of Quedlinburg 1477 - The world's first known Valentine was sent to John Paston from Margery Brews in Medieval England 1859 - Oregon was admitted as the 33rd U.S. state. 1876 - Alexander Graham Bell applied for a patent for the telephone, as did Elisha Gray 1879 - "La Marseillaise" became the French national anthem 1895 - Oscar Wilde's, The Importance of Being Earnest opened at the St James' Theatre and was rapturously received. 1929 - Alexander Fleming introduced his mould by-product, penicillin, as a cure for bacterial infections 1963 - Harold Wilson became the new leader of the Labour Party 1966 - The Australian currency was decimalised 1967 - Aretha Franklin recorded the feminist anthem "Respect" 1984 - Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean skated off with a gold medal at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo after ...
1. PIN code started in India in the year…. a. 1962 b. 1964 c. 1968 d. 1972 2. You would associate the establishment of the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) with. a. Subramaniam Bharti b. Pt. Madan Mohan Malviya c. Jawaharlal Nehru d. Gobind Vallabh Pant 3. Who presides the Lok Sabha? a. Prime Minister b. President c. Vice President d. Speaker 4. Who discovered Aspirin? a. Alexander Fleming b. Felix Hoffmann c. Robert Koch d. Joseph Lister 5. Which of the following is NOT one of the sacred texts of Buddhism called Tripitakas? a. Suttapitaka b. Vinayapitaka c. Dharmapitaka d. Gyanapitaka 6. Which of the following Indian states has the lowest sex ratio {number of females per thousand males}? a. West Bengal b. Haryana c. Punjab d. Uttar Pradesh 7. Which of the following is the oldest printed book of the world? a. The Gutenberg Bible b. Hiraka Sutra c. Les Hommes de bonne Volante d. Old King Cole 8. This personality was the first Indian to receive the Magsaysay Award in the year 1958. Can you name him from the ...
"A shill, also called a plant or a stooge, is a person who publicly helps a person or organization without disclosing that they have a close relationship with the person or organization." Alexander Fleming: "Just sent this letter out to local Newspapers: Stacy Head said she is "disheartened by the rhetoric" about the noise ordinance? She claims "the conversation has been co-opted by a very small group of people, using musicians as the shills.” Oh really? The street musician who makes a living by playing on Royal Street now in fear of going to jail for being over 70 db is a shill? The bartender in the Marigny concerned the bar he works at may be shut down due to being too loud is a shill? The waitress who works at an outdoor seating restaurant being sued by a neighbor for being too loud is a shill? Well! There goes the outside dining! There goes the tips! Oh… She’s just a shill! The tour guide who raises his voice? The DJ with a kid on the way? He finally got a great paying gig on Bourbon…oops! Too ...
Excitement overtakes our Ed as Sky Atlantic release the details of the Fleming Biopic. That's Ian Fleming the James Bond creator, not Alexander Fleming, the penicillin creator.
There is NO escape for the wicked, your bad Karma will get you in your next life. Have you noticed, the most hard core rationalists and atheists , lose their bravado and utter a prayer when they know that their "play to the gallery" times on the planet is over. You will NEVER EVER see them telling the supreme " COME ON TAKE ME ON, YOU SOB -- DO YOUR WORST" when they are about to kick the bucket. I challenge anybody to prove me wrong, in the future too. Few celebrities among hundreds who chose cremation-- Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein , Robert Oppenheimer , Arthur Rubenstein, Harpo Marx ,Neville Chamberlain, Alexander Fleming, Greta Garbo, George Harrison, John F. Kennedy, Rudyard Kipling, John Lennon, George Bernard Shaw, Marlon Brando, Alfred Hitchcock Rock Hudson, Jill Ireland ,John F. Kennedy Jr. ,Vivian Leigh, Groucho Marx, Robert Mitchum, Steve McQueen ,Christopher Reeve, Neil Armstrong , Edmund Hillary,H. G. Wells etc
James Watt, Lord Kelvin, Alexander Graham Bell, Alexander Fleming, John Logie Baird and these are just scottish people
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I'm very proud of my Scottish ancestry. Scotland has given much to the world. Some of the brightest minds have been Scots. David Hume, Alexander Fleming, Adam Smith, James Watt, Jeremy Benthem, Alexander Graham Bell, and John Stuart Mill to name a few. "Unmeasured vituperation, employed on the side of prevailing opinion, really does deter people from expressing contrary opinions, and from listening to those who express them." —John Stuart Mill
Happy thanksgiving. Today I an thankful for a great deal of things. I am thankful to scottish Nobel Prize winner Alexander Fleming for discovering penicillin in 1928. I'm also greatful for indoor plumbing, and to King Minos of Crete, the first man to have a flushing water toilet in recorded history 2800 years ago. Thank you Minos for paving the way. And a special shout out to American inventor Oliver Evans, the father of refrigeration for inventing his vapor compressed refridgeration machine in 1805.
Top Five Inventions from Last Century Inventions played a vital role in the development and evolution of human kind and last century had been a great leap in inventions history. There had been countless inventions in twentieth century, changed the face of the world and the way of mankind living their lives on this planet. Let us discuss some of the most significant inventions from that fortunate century. • Liquid Fueled Rocket: This invention was behind the man’s invasion in space and outer space exploration. Without these rockets, Neil Armstrong wouldn’t be able to reach moon and man could not even thought for exploring mars. Even today’s highend information technology using satellites would be a dream. Invented in 1926, using gasoline and liquid oxygen, this revolutionary invention was made by Professor Robert H. Goddard. • Antibiotics: World will always be under debt of Scottish biologist Alexander Fleming for inventing first antibiotics in modern world in 1928 named as penicillin. Many of us ...
Alexander Fleming made a chance discovery in a discarded Petri Dish in 1928. The mold that had been contaminated in…
Day 3 of tonsillitis. Taking loads of Penicillin. Sir Alexander Fleming is a legend
So it should. Mould can be a good thing. Just ask Alexander Fleming.
Gratitude for the day: Antibiotics. They rock. Thanks Alexander Fleming.
Somehow, I convinced myself that Alexander Fleming was a Harry Potter character.
Took my dose of penicillin last night, then I sat in bed wondering if it was Alexander Fleming who discovered it...
Alexander Fleming Petri Dish and the birth of Pharmaceutical industry
The US gave us paracetamol, Alexander Fleming penicillin in the UK, and Ireland..boil some 7up there you'll be grand
Scientist of the wk?...Alexander Fleming ;) 1928 discovered penicillin if u wondered :D
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Holmes in accepting Alexander Fleming award: STDs more important than ever--drug-resistant gonorrhea, syphilis highest since 1970s
Dr. Holmes: Alexander Fleming was known as "Private 606" b/c of all the syphilis he treated during military service
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John Tyndall was Irish & he reported penicillium's bactericidal effect decades before Alexander Fleming.
He was proved wrong. Alexander Fleming on the other hand... Seriously is this the best you can do? It's about rationalism!
FYI Penicillin was not discovered by Alexander Fleming. It was discovered by a 21 yr old medical student named Ernest Duchesne.
Who invented the 'best before date'? (a) Truman Capote (b) Al Capone (c) Al Pacino (d) Alexander Fleming
85 years ago today, Penicllin was discovered by Alexander Fleming.
On 28 September 1928, Alexander Fleming, the first President of the SGM, discovered penicillin using this microscope: http…
Penincilin found by alexander fleming. Killed staph bacts.
Q: Who is credited with the discovery of penicillin?. A: Alexander Fleming
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Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin in a moldy Petri Dish in 1928
dont be so quick to judge, Reed Alexander Fleming.
Today in History: 1967 Radio1 goes on air, 1928 Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin and in 1947 Marc Bolan was...
Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin today in 1928 ~ he's celebrated in Paddington & Chelsea plaques in London
Penicillin was discovered in 1928. Alexander Fleming has a at 9 Clifton Gardens
Q5 ans (B) Nilesh Kulkarni Q6. The first Polio vaccine in form of 'injected dose' was developed by Jonas Salk in 1952. Later, who developed first Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) in sixties ? (A) Edward Jenner (B) Louis Pasteur (C) Alexander Fleming (D) Albert Sabin
Today in 1928 it was officially announced that Alexander Fleming had discovered the drug penicillin, and in 1955 the actor James Dean died
Rational thought precludes taking risks. Reason suggests that we carefully weigh all options and avoid stepping onto any path whose outcome cannot be clearly seen.However, if the Wright Brothers, Alexander Fleming, and Guglielmo Marconi had followed this approach, we might travel only on slow boats, trains and cars. We might succumb to bacterial infections, and communicate only by means of slow signals sent down copper wires. Those pioneers acted riskily, expending time, money, and health. ~Daniel Lapin
State of Wonder. Mr. Kurtz, meet Alexander Fleming. An adventure of self-discovery, ethics, and reliquishment of a haunting past.
Come on, what did Alexander Fleming find? Read my blog post to find out
“Penicillin cures, but makes people happy.”. ― Alexander Fleming CHEERS!!
Sir Al gets the nonsense treatment : Alexander Fleming
Nadal arm appears to be shrinking at last. Bless you Alexander Fleming.
this website really like joseph lister, Robert Koch, Louis Pasteur, Edward Jenner and alexander fleming. Like, A LOT
Thank you.Better, the maxillary sinus fistula has finally stopped oozing. Anti bugs are working thanks to Alexander Fleming
Penicillin was first discovered by Alexander Fleming in 1928, and has become the most widely used to...
have to take penicillin ha thanks Alexander Fleming
Our campaign is getting out there...would be great to see support at our Herofest on 7th September, Sir Alexander Fleming School 10-6pm.
My new blog post is out! Did you know that Alexander Fleming had a birthday this month? What was he famous for?
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Alexander Fleming became the first to discover a natural antimicrobial fungus known as penicillium rubens.
Hey. Damien Fleming is to bowlology what Alexander Fleming was to pharmacology.
Hmm Alexander Fleming has a pub named after him. I imagine it's in keeping with the origins of the place that we have 80s pop videos playing
Law of The Universe: Google the story about the link between Alexander Fleming + Sir Winston Churchill. Amazing.
Alexander Fleming for really sorts out a tonsillitis :).
In 1885, who developed the vaccine for rabies ? . (A) Louis Pasteur. (B) Edward Jenner. (C) Alexander Fleming. (D)...
Yesterday's answers: 1. What B means a government has two legislative houses? Bicameral 2. What TV athletic competition featured games including Joust, Gauntlet, and The Eliminator? [American] Gladiators 3. In computing, what do the double Is stand for in ASCII? Information Interchange 4. What cereal is the “Breakfast of Champions”? Wheaties 5. What 2010 Disney move was a retelling of Rapunzel? Tangled 6. What country has the Baht as its currency? Thailand 7. Alexander Fleming is credited for discovering what revolutionary drug? Penicillin 8. Red Vineyard at Arles was the only piece of art what artist sold during his life? Van Gogh 9. What US Military Helicopter is also a NHL team nickname? Black Hawk (or Blackhawk) 10. How many hours difference are there between CDT and BST? 6 Hours (Central Daylight Time and British Summer Time, both are 'daylight' adjusted) 11. In what city's Marathon do you have to run up Cable Car hill? San Francisco 12. Who's third law is “Any sufficiently advanced technology ...
Shout out to Alexander Fleming for penicillin!
“Penicillin cures, but makes people happy.” ― Alexander Fleming. Be happy... come pair a glass of wine with one of our entrees.
I'm sure Alexander Fleming's first words were, "God *** it!"
Oops on penicillin. It was, of course, Alexander Fleming.
Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin by accident in 1928; saves 1,000,000 lives /yr within 15 yrs of discovery
Sir Alexander Fleming was born at Lochfield near Darvel in Ayrshire, ANU DAW SAN YON!
Photoset: Smithsonian Gov Doc: Painting With Penicillin: Alexander Fleming’s Germ Art …It is not clear why...
Sir Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in the second story room on this spot.
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how was my answer incorrect ? It said What did Alexander Fleming (Scottish scientist) discover ?
Change of Venue, now @ Sir Alexander Fleming pub, W2 on Sat from 5pm. Hope you can make it, Dazza!
Penicillin - Sir Alexander Fleming in London, or Cannabis- Many a Scot in Amsterdam 😜
what is one way to cure an STD? OR Alexander Fleming discovered which medical breakthrough?
sir alexander fleming discovered what in his lab on 1st floor St Marys Hospital,Praed st. London?
Alexander Fleming. Why does everyone say that you're from Harry Potter?! 😬
I still have no *** information about Alexander Fleming and Fr. Godo. 😕 :/
How does Alexander Fleming spend his days now he has started flogging small coins? Penny-sellin'.
"Many people have Alexander Fleming to thank for penicillin." -Brain Games Host...uhh not
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Alexander fleming? No one called the firefighters? Oh yeah,Superman was using the phone booth.
Can't wait to be abroad and embrace more cultures than Alexander Fleming. All the historians waxing lyrical over my intellectual jokes..
Alexander Fleming discovered penicilin due to leaving a plate by and open window. The chemical in the mould was killing bacteria
Former FDA official Dr. Alexander Fleming says FDA can't just look at late-stage indications, must focus more on prediabetes.
Penicillin was discovered by Alexander Fleming. The leaves with sori are called as sporophylls
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Florey and Chain and Alexander Fleming jointly won the Nobel Prize
. I agree with you, Alexander Fleming make amazing jumping in the pharmacology
"No man could have invented penicillin; Nature has been making it for thousands of years. I only discovered it." -Alexander Fleming
Dr. Alexander Fleming says we are treating "metabesity." Next-gen drugs will face higher scrutiny and must prevent, not control.
Live broadcast from Alexander Fleming: "radio fleming"
Ana toh's mdm nga research about Alexander Fleming the one who discovered Penicillin
@ Ike : Religion is the most important thing (any religion – Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism whatever) for the survival of humanity!! Unfortunately my prophets are those who gave me the true knowledge of Gods. I will differ with you and that is what I call my mind not to stay stuck with what is stone age of human mind!! Albert Einstein wrote Annus Mirabilis (E = mc2) at age 30, Paul Langerhans discovered Insulin at the age of 22, Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin at the age of 47 and Heinrich Rudolf Hertz discovered radio waves at the age of 31. 1 – Wheel – 1500 BC 2 – Gougu Theorem (Pythagorean Triples) – 500 BC 3 – Flight – 400 BC 4 – Gunpowder – 1 EC 5 – Printing Press – 1439 EC 6 – Copernican Cosmology (Heliocentrism) – 1514 EC 7 – Cartesian Coordinate System – 1637 EC 8 – Newtonian Physics – July 5, 1687 EC 9 – Birth of United State of America – July 4, 1776 EC 10 – Maxwellian Electromagnetism – 1864 EC 11 – Wireless Communication (Radio) – 1893 EC ...
God does not locate lazy people. There are people who sit doing nothing but thinking they will meet a man who who will bequeath them with their wealth. Alexander Fleming who was given scholarship by Winston Churchill was not an idle boy. What he was doing led him to the man who helped him. Some people just think David was picked from the bush, nowhere and made king. David was a creative boy shepherd. He did not know that each time he played the harp and anointing of peace fell on someone that people were watching. Little did he know that each time he came home with the carcass of the lion or bear that he imprinted on the mind of silent scouts that he was potentially great. By the time David was brought to serve king Saul, he had not yet slain Goliath. The case that arose was that King Saul became mentally ill. When it was being discussed in King Saul’s cabinet about searching out the right manpower that could solve the health challenge note what somebody who had encountered said, Some of Saul' ...
Germany's Fraunhofer Gesellschaft patented and first developed the MP3 in 1989. In 1826, Niépce, of France, produced the first photograph, which he called a heliograph. In 1979, Bell Telephone Laboratories introduced the phones, which were nearly as large and heavy as a school textbook. In 1928, Alexander Fleming discovered the first antibiotic, penicillin, which he grew in his lab using mold and fungi. Without antibiotics, infections like strep throat could be deadly. Ladislao and Georg Biró, of Hungary, introduced the ballpoint pen in 1938. The first sentence spoken over the telephone, by Alexander Graham Bell to his assistant Thomas Watson, was, "Mr. Watson, come here, I want you." Wilhelm Roentgen, a German physicist, discovered X rays in 1895. For this discovery, Roentgen was awarded the first-ever Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901. J. K. Rowling has certainly set records of her own. She’s Great Britain’s richest woman in the entertainment industry. In 1999, she sold 23 million books, more than an ...
"Petri Dish", one of the most ubiquitous items used by microbiologists, molecular biologists and health-care workers around the world was invented by _. A) Julius Richard Petri B) Robert Koch C) Louis Pasteur D) Alexander Fleming . . . . . . . Answer: A (Today,31 May, is 161st birth anniversary of Julius Richard Petri) (Robert Koch is known as "The father of bacteriology")
I BET YOU DON'T KNOW THIS. SOMETHING TO CHANGE YOUR VIEW OF THE WORLD! “This is a legendary story about a farmer who discovered a young boy stuck in a mud bog somewhere in the United Kingdom. After much struggle, the farmer was able to free the lad, although for a moment the farmer felt that he, too, would sink too deeply into the mud to survive. Later that evening, a lord stopped by the farmer’s humble shanty, identifying himself as the rescued boy’s father and offering to pay him a generous reward for his effort. When the farmer refused, the lord saw that the farmer had a son and insisted that he pay the boy’s way to college. After he graduated with a degree in science, the young man – Alexander Fleming – went on to discover penicillin. Ironically, the young man who had been rescued from the bog, now a young adult, came down with pneumonia. Thanks to Fleming’s discovery – penicillin – his life was saved. The young man’s name: Sir Winston Churchill.”
When I was living in Portland (2004-2005), I "discovered" (not in the way that Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin, Jonas Salk discovered a cure for polio or even like Cristoforo Colombo discovered the Americas)... Anyway, I discovered a Japanese film series about a blind masseuse named Zatoichi. In addition to being a masseuse, he is a swordsman without equal. The movies are more or less morality plays, much like our old westerns. I recently started re-watching them. BTW, there are more Zatoichi movies than there are Bond movies and the same actor played him in all but one. That one was made 10 years ago, 14 years after the previous one. Look them up. You might enjoy them, too.
HEROES OF DOOM AS ROLE MODELS BY WASEEM ALTAF Those portrayed as national heroes’ impact our lives. We are enthralled by them. We tend to idealize them; regardless of their integrity and behavior we often become enamored with their power and status and allow ourselves to become an extension of their values and beliefs. As we tend to emulate them, we also pass the phenomenon of hero adoration down to our children. Great people like, William Shakespeare, Florence Nightingale, Albert Einstein, Dr. Abdus Salam, Mozart and Alexander Fleming were all great heroes and did influence the lives of countless people. The way these heroes appear in folklore, popular literature, text books etc shows their bravery and courage, devotion and compassion, selflessness and humility, hard work and brilliance. It also sheds light as to how they contributed towards the greater good of the society and the influence they cast on the development of culture and civilization. In text books they are built up as role models for chil ...
Alexander Fleming, Andy Warhol, Geri Halliwell and Barbara Windsor all have the same birthday as me woo
Morning all, closures announced so far today BRJ (exams go ahead), Dawley C of E, HLC, Bridge school, Cpt Webb, John Fletcher, John Randall, Mount Gilbert, St Patricks Wellington, Alexander Fleming, Southall, Thomas Telford, Wrekin View. Abraham Darby and Old Park Primary are both opening at 10am. More updates as we get them
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What the Great British did for the World in no particular order. (List one) Please add to my initial list if you like. 1). Charles Babbage (Inventor or the first functional computer) 2). Alexander Graham Bell ( Inventor of the telephone) 3). Tim Berners Lee (Invenror of the internet) 4). Charles Darwin (Writer of The Origin of the Species) 5). Captian James Cook (Discovered Australia) 6). Charlie Chaplin (Actor) 7). Charles Dickens (Author) 8). Sir Francis Drake (Explorer) 9). Edmund Hilary (First man to climb Everest) 10). Michael Faraday (Discovered electromagnetic induction) 11). Alexander Fleming (Discovered Penicillin) 12). Steven Hawking (Scientist and Author) 13). John Logie Baird (Inventor of the television) 14). William Shakespear ( Poet and Playright) 15). Ernest Shackleton ( Polar Explorer) 16). George Stevenson (Inventor or the steam engine) 17). Barnes Wallace (Inventor of the bouncing bomb) The list is endless. Please add and contribute.
On This Day In History: 1799 Income tax was introduced into Britain by William Pitt the Younger, to raise funds for the Napoleonic War. The rate was two shillings in the pound. 1854 The first free lending Library opened, on Marylebone Road, London. 1888 The London Financial Guide was launched. It became The Financial Times on 13th February. 1909 Ernest Shackleton, leading the Nimrod Expedition to the South Pole, planted the British flag 112 miles from the South Pole, the furthest anyone had ever reached at that time. 1929 Alexander Fleming successfully treated his assistant Stuart Craddick’s infection with a penicillin broth, at St Mary’s, Paddington 1972 British miners began their first strike since 1926, campaigning for improved pay and conditions. A season of power cuts followed. ^Adam
Medicine and Health - Quiz Questions & Answers 1. What do you call the Chinese system of healing with insertions of needles into the body? 2. Which British biochemist first found the presence of vitamins in fresh food? 3. (a) What oil is sometimes applied to gums and teeth to relieve pain? (b) What is the name of the drug or preparation used to induce vomiting, especially in food-poisoning? 4. What is the difference between an artery and a vein? 5. Match the following with their particular fields: (a) Joseph Lister - Blood circulation (b) Alexander Fleming - Bacteriology (c) Christian Barnard - Antiseptic surgery (d) William Harvey - Penicillin (e) Louis Pasteur - Heart transplant 6. (a) Who is a Hypochondriac? (b) Give one word for the time of compulsory isolation to prevent the spread of infection or contagion. 7. (a) What do you suffer from if you have Halitosis? (b) What is the common name for Hypertension? 8. (a) What are the four major blood types? (b) In which part of the body are blood cells manuf ...
God, the Bible, and Science by Travis L Quertermous From The Reminder, December 18, 2011 One often hears of the supposed conflict between science and the Bible. We are told by many scientists and philosophers that one simply cannot accept the conclusions of modern science and the miracles of the Bible. One must choose one or the other—it must be either science or faith. But if one considers the who’s who of science, the great pioneers and inventors who literally founded modern science, we find that they were all devout believers in God, Jesus Christ, and the Bible. Moreover, they were all outspoken creationists. These scientists include men like Kepler, Galileo, Copernicus, Sir Isaac Newton, Rene Descartes, Sir Francis Bacon, Robert Boyle, Antoine Lavosier, Anton Van Leewoenhoek, Blaise Pascal, Edward Jenner, Michael Faraday, James Clerk Maxwell, Gregor Mendel, Louis Pasteur, Louis Agassiz, Lord Kelvin, the Wright Brothers, Enrico Marconi, Alexander Fleming, and Werner Von Braun, among many, many othe ...
The world needs more people like Dr. Alexander Fleming
Just headed to the walk-in clinic for my Coughing-Clogged-Head Syndrome. (Well, I was close.Sinus Infection.) I feel better after only one dose of Amoxycillin. ( : Should be able to head back to work tomorrow. Thank you, Alexander Fleming for discovering penicillin!
imperial college south Kensington in the sir Alexander Fleming building! Check out our fb page!
Penicillin:- penicillin is the 1st antibiotic durg 2 b discovered. It was discovered by sir alexander fleming in 1928. The discovery of penicillin led 2 the discovery of many other antibiotics.
The sun is shinning and it's a good time to clear out all the dusty old crap!. Lets do this!. Loving antibiotics today :D x. I can breath Inbetween cough/gagging thanks Alexander Fleming . Top man
Alexander Fleming 1881 ? 1955 Alexander Fleming was a Scottish biologist and pharmacologist, famous for discovering penicillin. All content is either in the ...
IN AFRICA 2000 YEARS AGO In 2010 evidence was found in Africa that Human use of antibiotics began not 80 years ago, but nearly 2,000 years ago along the banks of the Nile River. Chemical analysis of the bones of ancient Suda nese mummies who lived nearly 2000 years ago shows they were ingesting the antibiotic tetracycline on a regular basis, likely from a special brew of beer. The find is the strongest evidence yet that antibiotics were previously discovered by humans before Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928 This evidence was gathered from large amounts of tetracycline (Antibiotics) embedded in the bones of ancient African mummies. Tested from the ancient Sudanese population, which lived in the Nubian kingdom (present day Sudan) between 250 A.D. and 550 A.D. The evidence was first reported and published in Science in 1980 , It was met with alot of skepticism (Bassett et al 1980). In the new study in 2010, bone samples were dissolved and tetracycline was extracted from them, clearly showing t ...
Alexander Fleming frm london is it ??
Day 4: I'm thankful for Alexander Fleming's discovery. My children and I are forever greatful!
inspiring .. !!! Alexander Fleming and his father :'(
Working on a speech about Alexander Fleming and watching on what a lovely Saturday! ;)
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Know the feeling, always doing my hamstring in...
pulled hamstring I expect, waiting for the doc
Alexander Fleming did not patent pencillin. That did not prevent innovation
Alexander Fleming was a Scottish biologist, pharmacologist and botanist. He was born in 1881.
"Penicillin cures, but makes people happy." ---Alexander Fleming SALUD!!!
-I'm one day late but I'm very thankful for Alexander Fleming, who developed penicillin. More importantly, I'm thankful that just a few doses brought giggles and squeals back to our house. So many children require more.
I am feeling so much better. Not totally well. but I can eat, and this is amazing. thank you Alexander Fleming.
Yeah why the [insert rude word here] should we have to learn about Alexander Fleming! I would rather watch Kingsley videos!
chillin like a villan, maybe listen to Bob Dylan. Think about how cool Alexander Fleming was for inventing penicillin. The usual.
Penicilin cures,but wine makes people happy-alexander fleming
I'd like to thank Alexander Fleming for the discovery of penicillin and Florey and Chain for the development of penicillin. Thanks man
to be fair Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin because he didn't discard old Petri Dishes before going on vacation =)
Mistake is not an excuse:To begin your purpose in life is the biggest decision you have to make. When God came to Moses after he was gone for 40 years, all His advice was for Moses to take the first step in recovering his purpose. Mistakes are made in life but almost every mistake has been the best event of life. Someone once said, "There are no mistakes in life. There are only lessons" I know many people who cannot get up from their ten years failure because they hate to remember the mistake they made ten years ago. The sinky was invented by Richard Jones when the tension spring he was working with fell on the floor and the spring kept boucing from place to place. That was mistake that became the slinky. Corn flakes wouldn't have been in existence if it was not the big mistake of the kellogg's brothres,John and Will. They were trying to trying to make a pot of boiled grain and accidentally left the pot on the stove for a few days. And the mixture turned moldy though what remained was dry and thick. Throu ...
Modern medicine must feel left out. Alexander Fleming invented Penicillin, not God.
Day 1: I am thankful that Joseph Lister, Alexander Fleming, and Howard Florey decided to work with mold, bacteria, urine, and penicillin, leading to those amazing antibiotics that are slowly curing me of zombie plague.
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I forget that everyone in Alexander Fleming can see me dancing naked in my room. :/ oops Hope you all enjoyed the show!!
shoutout to Alexander Fleming for discovering Penicillin in 1928
Next Halloween Im going as Alexander Fleming.and for those who don't know I will be carrying my 5 pounds of stale bread as a PROP.Fleming invented penicillin...which my bread box had a corner on the market...until I cleaned it 10 minutes ago.: ) Love Science just not when my kitchen is the Petri Dish ! :)
Just found an onion at the back of my cupboard which would have made Alexander Fleming proud.
Have you guys heard of the November 30 days of Thankfulness? Each day in your own way you come up with something you're thankful for. I'm definitely planning on doing this in my own house (we have a good life and need to be reminded of this) and Pinterest is a great resource for some creative ways to do it.Here's mine today! Very THANKFUL for Alexander Fleming, the Major Founder of Antibiotics. Without you I would still feel like crap from this sinus infection, have NO voice (better but not 100% yet) and feel like I'm dying when I breathe.
Right, completely different type of antibiotics started. These better work, Alexander Fleming. Being dead is no excuse.
Told my teacher Ian and Alexander Fleming were brothers & both discovered penicillin. Teacher: "I watch films too". 😁
Used to confuse Ian Fleming with Alexander Fleming. I answered the former's name during my Botany exam in 4th grade instead of the latter.
(NaturalNews) Sir Alexander Fleming discovered the antibacterial power of the mold Penicillium notatum in 1928.
I cnt lie I feel like I'm Sir Alexander Fleming everytime I put on my lab coat for work
From Andrea Fleming Alexander: Hi there! I have another question! How do I keep my 5 year old safe at recess and...
Today, the use of penicillin and other antibiotics are common place. The various antibiotics are used to treat a number of what are now common diseases and to prevent the onset of infections when our skin, our first barrier to fight off disease, is somehow broken through a simple cut or a more serio...
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"No sulfonamides without Domagk; no penicillin without sulfonamides; no antibiotics without penicillin." - Alexander Fleming
Great night wit my boys Fleming and alexander
it wasn't accidental. It was found from hard work and repeated tests by alexander fleming.
In our mad dash to get what we think we want in life, sadly, we often overlook what we give up in order to get it. You know, that one thing we all take for granted.Father Time. Its that Time you could spend with love ones (Mother Theresa, Ghandi), Time Writing a book (Jesus), Time to create a new instrument (Antonio Stradivarius, Gaetano Vinaccia), Time to learn to create beautiful works of art (Mozart, Picasso, Davinci), Time to find a cure for any disease,pick one (Alexander Fleming did, Penicillin), Time to Build an electric charger from pure natural resources (Tesla). What ever your God gifted talent is.that my friends is what 99.9% of your time, is sacrificed. The question in the end, you know what end I'm talking about, will always be.Was it worth it? Was this life of yours worth all the pain and fear that we all will face some day, that day.So slow down, enjoy the show (God gave you front row access, VIP), discover your talents, they are there waiting for you, like a lighthouse in the dark...Seek a ...
Hi there people, I will be performing at Imperial College tomorrow evening. If you can make it, your support would be much appreciated. The event starts at 6pm in the Sir Alexander Fleming Building. Contact me if you think you can come.
Hitch gave inspiration to Alexander Fleming to develop penicillin, AND win the girl of his dreams, Eva Mendes
A/N 2:I got Alex's name from Alexander Fleming who was credited for discovering penicillin and her last name is from Robert Koch who developed the Koch's Postulates, his 4 step theory which led to the discovery of many pathogens including typhoid ;)
If this message reached you, please take a moment to read, as I feel it's important. If you or someone you know is struggling with something, please DON'T QUIT and encourage them not to quit! QUITTING IS EASY!!! Sticking it out and working at it isn't always easy!Anything GOOD is not always EASY!!! Instead, keep on trying, one step at a time. Imagine what the world would be like if Thomas Edison, Alexander Fleming (discovered penicillin), Hellen Keller, Neil Armstrong, Beethoven or Steve Jobs quit?? (Folks the list can grow quick here!!!) SO the next time a family member, friend, an acquaintance or even a stranger you see is struggling.(IF you truly care about them), PLEASE ENCOURAGE THEM NOT TO QUIT! BUT TO KEEP ON GOING! COMMENT ONLY A POSITIVE REPLY.OTHERWISE YOUR NEGATIVITY IS NOT WELCOMED OR APPRECIATED!!! THANK YOU!!
info and meaning of my sons name~ Alexander: Defender of Men Alexander appears in the Bible as the one who helps Jesus bear the cross on the journey to Calvary. Alexander the Great was an ancient Macedon king. Greece was unified by his father, Philip II, but Alexander went on to extend the Macedon empire eastwards to the periphery of modern India. There have also been two kings of Scotland named Alexander, and three emperors of Russia. Eight popes have been named Alexander. It is also the name of the first king of Yugoslavia and the current pretender to the throne. Alexander Graham Bell was the inventor of the telephone, and Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin. The name was also borne by poet Alexander Pope, Russian author Alexander Pushkin, Russian composer Alexander Scriabin and former US Secretary of State under President Reagan, Alexander Haig.
This Day in History: 1789-The U.S. State Department is Established 1812- Napoleonic Wars,The French Army under Napoleon, reaches the Kremlin, Moscow 1831-The steam locomotive John Bull operates for the 1st time in New Jersey 1835-HMS Beagle, with Charles Darwin aboard, reaches the Galapagos Islands 1862-Civil War, Confederate Forces capture Harper's Ferry, Virginia 1916-WWI, Tanks are used for the 1st. time at the Battle of Somme 1928-Alexander Fleming discovers Penicillin 1935- The Nuremberg Laws deprive German Jews of their citizenship 1935-Nazi Germany adopts the Swastika Flag 1940-WWII, In the climax of the Battle of Britain, the RAF shoots down the majority of the Luftwaffe Aircraft 1942-The USS Aircaft Carrier Wasp is torpedoed at the Battle of Guadalcanal. 1950-Korean War, U.S. Forces Land at Inchon, Korea 1959-Nikita Khrushchev becomes the 1st Soviet Leader to visit the U.S., but throws a tantrum when he is not allowed to go to Disneyland 1962-The Soviet Ship Poltava heads for Cuba with a cargo of ...
I think today is the anniversary of Alexander Fleming discovering penicillin. He was working on stuff (I don't do messy things, so can't remember what it was) and some snot dropped off his nose and killed some bacteria (true) and it encouraged him to search for a wonder drug that would kill germs but not harm people - snot clearly had potential and it gave him a bit of a lift to keep searching. After a vacation he returned to find mold and so on in all the Petri Dishes he hadn't cleaned before he went (his assistant had been transferred, so there wasn't anybody to do the grunt work in his lab) Anyway, not being a chemist he didn't really know how to isolate whatever it was that was killing the germs, so he got help from two other chaps (Florey and Chain) and they worked out it was penicillium something. And years later they shared the Nobel Prize. Also interesting, a young French army doctor in 1897 realised that Arab stable boys used mold from damp leather saddles to cure their itches and he identifie ...
Today in History: September 15 1588 The Spanish Armada, which attempted to invade England, is destroyed by a British fleet. 1776 The British occupy Manhattan. 1788 An alliance between Britain, Prussia and the Netherlands is ratified at the Hague. 1858 The Butterfield Overland Mail Company begins delivering mail from St. Louis to San Francisco. The company's motto is: "Remember, boys, nothing on God's earth must stop the United States mail!" 1862 Confederates capture Harpers Ferry, securing the rear of Robert E. Lee's forces in Maryland. 1891 The Dalton gang holds up a train and takes $2,500 at Wagoner, Oklahoma. 1914 President Woodrow Wilson orders the Punitive Expedition out of Mexico. The Expedition, headed by General John Pershing, had been searching for Pancho Villa, a Mexican revolutionary. 1916 Armored tanks are introduced by the British during the Battle of the Somme. 1928 Scottish bacteriologist Alexander Fleming discovers, by accident, that the mold penicillin has an antibiotic effect. 1935 In Be ...
This Day in History: British troops occupy New York City, 1776; first transcontinental mail service to San Francisco, 1858; tanks first used in combat at the Battle of the Somme, 1916; Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin, 1928; U.S. forces land at Inchon, 1950; Marilyn's legs wow the world as her skirt billows over a heating duct in 'The Seven Year Itch', 1958; The Four Seasons have their first hit with "Sherry", 1962; Ali defeats Michael Spinks to become the first and only man to win the World Heavyweight championship three times, 1978
But all discomfort aside, thank you Alexander Fleming for discovering the drug that saved my beautiful head from infection.
It is the lone worker who makes the first advance in a subject; the details may be worked out by a team, but the prime idea is due to enterprise, thought, and perception of an individual. Alexander Fleming
Penicillin is amaze balls. Thank you Alexander Fleming for not throwing out the Petri Dish!
Yesterday was birthday of a person who's discovery saved lives of many Sir Alexander Fleming and got noble prize for discovering Penicillin
Sometimes forgetting to tidy up has its benefits. Today, we're thanking Sir Alexander Fleming for his discovery of...
Alexander Fleming was born on 6 August 1881 - read a free story about Fleming via the timeline on the BNA homepage
Birthday - Penicillin discoverer Alexander Fleming (1881-1955) was born in Lochfield, Scotland.
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