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SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING PROBABLY OBABLY OBABL one of the best known Scottish winners of the prize, Sir Alexander is credited with inventing penicillin.
Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of penicillin, warned about the ignorant man who, if allowed to buy antibiotics over the counter, would provoke bacterial resistance by under-dosing himself.
SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING August 6,1881 – March 11,1955 Discovered penicillin
Literary giants William Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer and George Orwell are included as are scientists including Stephen Hawking and Sir Alexander Fleming.
A more conventional account would credit the discovery of penicillin ("mould juice") to Sir Alexander Fleming and his untidy lab work.
SIR Alexander Fleming and penicillin; Columbus and America; Fenway Sports Group and Kenny Dalglish.
Baker's yeast belongs to the same family of fungi as the mold Penicillium notatum, discovered by Sir Alexander Fleming in 1928 -- a discovery that fundamentally changed medicine.
Scottish bacteriologist Sir Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin.