Louis Pasteur

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JHU Press, 25 d’oct. 2000 - 600 pàgines
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Distinguished French immunologist and physician Patrice Debré offers an extensive, balanced, and detailed account of Louis Pasteur's life, struggles, and contributions. Drawing heavily on Pasteur's own scientific notebooks and writings, Debré presents a complete critical account of his discoveries and the controversies they raised with other scientists and occasionally with his closest associates.

 

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Louis Pasteur

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Biographers are like the characters in the classic Japanese film Rashomon, who each reveal one aspect of the truth when recounting the same event from their unique perspective. Like Gerald Geison's ... Llegeix la ressenya completa

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Patrice Debré heads the biological immunology laboratory at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris and directs a research unit associated with the French National Center for Scientific Research. He has also published a biographical study of the French Nobel Prize winner Jacques Monod. Elborg Forster's translations for Johns Hopkins include Medieval Marriage by Georges Duby and Illness and Self in Society by Claudine Herzlich and Janine Pierret.

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