Famous Scientists

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The father of Germ Theory. He developed the process of pasteurizing milk to kill the harmful bacteria. He also developed a vaccine for rabies, which is the principle behind all vaccinations.

Answer:
Louis Pasteur (1867-1934) Hint: You can remember what he's known for, because of his last name.

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