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It was Sir Alexander Fleming who discovered penicillin, for which he shared the Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine.
PENICILLIN IF it was not for the messy lab of Sir Alexander Fleming in 1928 millions more could have died from simple infections in the last 85 years.
Literary giants William Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer and George Orwell are included as are scientists including Stephen Hawking and Sir Alexander Fleming.
Byline: ben THORNLEY SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING and penicillin.
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.
1928 Scottish bacteriologist Sir Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin.
AS THE man who discovered penicillin, Sir Alexander Fleming was one of the 20th century's most significant scientists.
Penicillin, discovered by Sir Alexander Fleming in 1928, became the first widely used antibiotic in the 1940s.