Microbiology

By: Miguel Gonzalez Figueroa

Anton Van Leeuwenhoek

Anton Van Leeuwenhoek was born in Delft on October 24, 1632. Anton was educated as a child in a school in the town of Warmond. Then he moved with hid uncle were he lasted most of his life and grew up with him. Then on 1654 he went back to Delft where he spent most of his life. After he moved back to Delft he set up himself up in business as a draper as a fabric merchant.


Leeuwenhoek is known to make over 500 microscopes. microscopes that use more than one lens. All of his instruments were known were powerful magnifying glasses not the type of compound microscopes we use today. It is a simple device, using only one lens. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek connects with the branch of biology because he was the one who created over 500 microscopes.

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Robert Koch

Robert Koch was born on 11, 1843 in Germany. He taught himself how to read. He also went to highschool he showed interest in biology. He studied medicine. He practiced in a hospital at hamburg. Somebody else published Koch's work and that is how he got famous. He took photos of bacteria and did further important work.


He connects to the branch of biology because biology talks about bacteria. Robert Koch was the one who found out about bacteria and somebody else published him for his nice work that he did. That is how he connects to the branch of biology.

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Louis Pasteur

Louis Pasteur was born on December 22, 1822. Pasteur and he was very good at drawing and painting. He got a bachelor's degree in Arts and a bachelor in science. Also was a professor in chemistry. He worked on finding solutions to the problems with the manufacture of alcoholic drinks.


Louis Pasteur was the one who discovered vaccines. He was also famous for microfibral fermentation. LAst but not least he was good at arts and drawing when he was young.

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