What Did Louis Pasteur Discover?


Louis Pasteur was a French chemist who is most famous for the invention of pasteurization. This process is done to prevent the growth of microbes in foods, like milk, cheese, beer, eggs, and canned foods.
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Louis Pasteur is best known for his breakthroughs in the causes and preventions of diseases, including the invention of the pasteurization process and the rabies vaccine.
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