Louis Pasteur - the man who made major contributions to medicine with his pioneering research into bacteria, whose discoveries about the spread of germs helped the production of industrial products such as wine and milk, and whose methods of pasteurisation and vaccination are still in use today, over 100 years after his death.
Follow Pasteur's life story, from his childhood in the village of Dole, France, to his later years as the head of his very own Pasteur Institute in Paris. Find out about his discoveries and how they are still affecting us today.
- Publication Date:
- 08 / 11 / 2001
- 196 x 253mm