Tuesday, September 23, 2014

The Winds of War


Though the discovery of antibiotics went largely unnoticed, World War II changed everything. By 1945 Fleming’s penicillin was in full production as were many of the antibiotics pioneered by Waksman. In fact, a large supply of penicillin was a prerequisite for the D-Day invasions of Normandy.


Full story: The Winds of War


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