20th Century Microbe Hunters
Inspire your students with the stories behind the achievements of ten 20th century microbiologists. These dramatic portrayals reveal the excitement, diligence, and often sacrifice of these eminent researchers and humanitarians. An engaging journey through science, and public health, 20th Century Microbe Hunters is a must-have for anyone making a foray into the fascinating world of microbiology. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
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Discovery of the Influenza Virus
Development of the First Polio Vaccine
Eradication of Smallpox
PrionsAll But the Moo
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UlcersA Bacterial Infection
Eradication of Guinea Worm Disease
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