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Alexander Fleming and the Penicillin

Alexander Fleming and the Penicillin

Alexander Fleming (1888-1951)on a stamp from Faroe Islands On September 3, 1928, scottish pharmacologist Alexander Fleming by chance and because of his notorious untidyness discovered Penicillin. In 1927, Alexander Fleming was investigating the properties of staphylococci, a family of bacteria, most of them being harmless and residing on the human skin. Fleming was already well-known from his earlier work, and had developed a reputation as a brilliant researcher, but his laboratory was…
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The Legend of Elizabeth Báthory, the Blood Countess

The Legend of Elizabeth Báthory, the Blood Countess

Countess Elizabeth Bathory, the Blood Countess (1560-1614) How far would you go to maintain your youth and your beauty? While today most people have become a victim of the cosmetic industry and (fortunately) only a few really dare to undergo cosmetic surgery, eternal youth and beauty is not only a subject of today’s affluent society. No, it’s a prominent topic throughout history dating also back into mythology, such as the story of…
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