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Pasteur and Modern Science

Biography / MemoirOut of Print

By: R Dubos

168 pages, 40 illus

American Society for Microbiology Press

Hardback | Dec 1998 | #86676 | ISBN: 1555811442
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Pastuer's stunning career has attracted a host of biographies, but this book, written by a French-born microbiologist, is among the best. Dubos displays a deep appreciation for the power and enduring significance of Pasteur's scientific work. Now updated to the present day by a distinguished microbiologist, Thomas D Brock, the book also has a new foreword by Pasteur scholar Gerald L Geison that places the book in its historical context.


From Schoolboy to Scientist; A Student of Crystals; Pasteur's First Steps Toward Biology; From Crystals to Fermentation; A Crowded Life; Spontaneous Generation; Pasteurization; Utilizing Microbes; Biochemistry and Life; Victory over Disease; The Germ Theory is Established; The Birth of Immunology; Further Applications of the Germ Theory; Pasteur's Dilemma - The Road Not Taken; A Dedicated Life

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