Louis Pasteur & Alexander Fleming
Louis Pasteur (December 27, 1822 – September 28, 1895) was a French chemist and microbiologist born in Dole. Sir Alexander Fleming, FRSE, FRS, FRCS(Eng) (6 August 1881 - 11 March 1955) was a Scottish biologist and pharmacologist./5
Louis Pasteur Alexander Fleming Edward Jenner Jonas Salk Jesus Christ Rene Descartes William Harvey Albert Sabin James Clerk Maxwell Michael Faraday Guglielmo Marconi Alexander Graham Bell Blaise Pascal Albert Einstein Galileo Galilei Lord Kelvin Adam Smith
Theory: Robert J. Oppenheimer et al have saved more lives than Louis Pasteur, Alexander Fleming and Jonas Salk combined.
That's difficult. I think Edward Jenner, Louis Pasteur, Alexander Fleming and Leeuwenhoek? Good things for humanity, you know?
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 ...
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
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
In 1885, who developed the vaccine for rabies ? . (A) Louis Pasteur. (B) Edward Jenner. (C) Alexander Fleming. (D)...
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 ...
Alexander Fleming is alongside the likes of Edward Jenner, Robert Koch, Christian Barnard and Louis Pasteur in medical history. Alexander Fleming discovered ...
Yet had Fleming not possessed immense knowledge and an unremitting gift of observation he might not have observed the effect of the hyssop mould. 'Fortune,' remarked Pasteur, 'favors the prepared mind.' André Maurois (1885 - 1967) French novelist and biographer. Referring to Alexander Fleming and Louis Pasteur. Life of Alexander Fleming.. He is great.
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