Google Doodle Celebrates Robert Koch: Founder of Bacteriology for Research in Tuberculosis Nobel Prize


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A film has also been made in German on the life of Robert Koch, the film was released in 1939. It was pointed out in many of his major discovery.


 Today, Google has given German Physics and Microbiologist Robert Coach a Doodle place as an honor. Robert Koch was born on December 11, 1843 in Hannover, Germany. He is also considered the father of modern bacteriology. In 1876 he identified the cause of anthrax bacterium. He was interested in deadly diseases and used to work in his own house. They used to do all this work on their microscope, which their wife gave them on the 28th birthday.

Google's tribute to The Robert Coach


In 1881 Robert Koch developed Heat Sterilization of Surgical Instruments. He proved that steam eliminates bacterial effect more effectively than dry heat. There is no risk of infection from the devices. They also came to India in 1883. They came here to find out the cause of cholera disease because at that time it had taken the form of pandemic. They were able to detect the cholera's microbes and found that backlash was mainly used in the human body through water. In order to work best in tuberculosis, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology in 1905.



The movie has also become a German in the life of Robert Koch, the film was released in 1939. It was pointed out in many of his major discovery. Particularly, even before going to school, he had learned from his own reading and writing with help from the newspaper.





https://youtu.be/TMQQeoilqe0

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