Louis Pasteur "In the fields of observation chance favors only the prepared mind."

Louis Pasteur back from the past! But where did this man come from and what was he like as a kid? Louis Pasteur was born on December 27, 1822, in Dole, France. Louis was the third child out of his four siblings. Louis Pasteur enttered primary school and he was an average student there. During his free time he would go fishing and do a sketch. He had a poor grade in chemistry, but he did earn his baccalauréate degree. For a man who ended up famous he was off to a rough start.

Louis as a teen

This man was famous for many things that happened through his life but what could they be? Louis Pasteur was an amazing man. He developed vaccines for rabies and anthrax. He proved that most diseases are caused by microorganisms,and he called it the germ theory.

This man had multiple jobs:

  • Chemist
  • Microbiologist
  • Physician

Since this this guy was famous he must have to earned some awards? In fact, he did he earned five medals and a prize. In 1856, he earned the Rumford medal. In 1859, he earned the Montyon prize. Then in 1874, he was awarded with the Copley medal. But in 1882, he was given the Albert medal. In 1892 he again got the Rumford medal. But finally in 1895 he got the Leeuwenhoek Medal. But after all of enlarged years he died of a horrendous stroke. Louis Pasteur died on September 28, 1895, in Marnes-la-Coquette, France.

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