Louis Pasteur

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Louis Pasteur was a French chemist and microbiologist who lived from 1822-1895. He is most famous for discovering the process that keeps mouth from going sour, which is now known, in his honor, as pasteurization. He also preformed experiments that confirmed the germ theory of disease, created the first rabies vaccine, was a founder of bacteriology and made numerous discoveries in chemistry.