Louis Pasteur and the United States : A history

On December 1, 1885, just six months after Louis Pasteur treated his first rabies patient, Joseph Meister, four boys from Newark, New Jersey were bitten by a dog suspected to be rabid. Continue reading “Louis Pasteur and the United States : A history”

The Medaillers of Saint-Helena

The Saint Helena medal, created in 1857 by Napoleon III, was awarded to the 390,000 soldiers still living in 1857, who had fought with Napoleon I during the 1792-1815 wars. Among the medaillers, there were 6 Pasteurs… Continue reading “The Medaillers of Saint-Helena”