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The Untold Story of the British Enlightenment. The course proposes the acquisition of knowledge regarding the history of scientific thought and regarding the problems of the relationship between science and society, which are useful in medjcina education of future Cultural operators.
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The Biographical Dictionary of Scientists. Many of these scientists often remain unknown; the general public only know the big names, just the names of those, who were able to promote their fame and success. The History Press, D. Vallardi, Milano E.
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The Renaissance in National Context. Every discovery in medicine keeps its own charm, and research- ers can be deeply satisfied with their work. The planet is an almost inexhaustible biological field, from which antibacterial substances can be extracted: He was, particularly impressed by the way how pharmaceutical firms suc- ceeded in making penicillin available to the general public. It is quite unusual that a mould, similar to that one of penicillin, would invade a cul- tivation of bacteria.
At that moment I was learning something absolutely interesting about the discovery of penicillin, so, I promised myself I would go fur- ther with my studies over the subject. Paola Govoni on historiography and on the popularization of science is scheduled, as is a lesson with Dr.
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Perhaps, Fleming thought the mould contained some peculiar substance, which made bacteria disappear; so, he started working on it, and found out that a filtrate of cultivation broth a mush, made of a calf heartwhere mould had formed, showed a strong ef- fect on various bacteria, dangerous for men: English Society in the Eighteenth Century.
I am, particularly interested in biographies, as they contain a lot of scientific experiences, some of them, simple but likeable, others complex, all of them, however, stimulating and worth being told. Give now Alma orienta Job placement. It happens to a lot of bacteriologists that the plates medicinx their cultures are contaminat- ed by moulds.
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This book can be read at different levels; the whole story is inter- spersed with technical notes which are so well outlined that the reader can choose to read them or not, without any consequence. It is necessary, therefore, to stimulate students’ interest in scien- tific subjects.
Lewin, I conflitti sociali. Alexander Fleming and the Antibiotic Revolu- tion, Publisher: In fact, Fleming’s researches, published in had little atten- veridics He had realized, however, that not all bacteria became victims of such a mould and that the gram-positive ones streptococci, staphylococci, pneumococci were sensible and more subject to this action; further it was a substance very difficult to isolate and easy to destroy; considering that there were other antiseptics, it was not convenient to proceed with its production, even if it might be a hope for the future research.
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