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The Centenary of Pasteur
Many ceremonies have marked the celebration of the centenary of Pasteur, but the three most significant in this country were those that took place at the Academy of Medicine, the Pasteur Institute and the Sorbonne.At the Pasteur Institute were gathered the relatives and the pupils of the great scientist; also the delegates of all the societies to which he belonged. Arrangements for the celebration that was held at the Sorbonne were made by the Association générale des étudiants de Paris, under the chairmanship of M. Léon Bérard, minister of public instruction, and of M. Paul Strauss, minister of public health. Many delegates from schools and colleges—also several foreign delegates, were present.At the Academy of Medicine addresses were delivered by the president, Professor Béhal, and by Professors Delezenne, Widal, Delbet, Wallich, Barrier and Calmette.
PASTEUR'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO BIOLOGY
As well expressed by Professor Delezenne, never
PARIS. JAMA. 1923;80(4):265–266. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02640310045024
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