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  1. Timeline Description: Alexander Fleming is a Scottish biologist, botanist, and pharmacologist. He is responsible for discovering the enzyme Lysozyme and the antibiotic substance penicillin. He co-won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1945 based on his penicillin discovery.

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    Event
    August 6, 1881
    Fleming is born. Alexander Fleming is ...
    1900
    Served in the military (1900-1914).
    1903
    Fleming enrolls in medical school. After ...
    1906
    Fleming graduates with distinction. After ...
  2. timeline: 1881: Alexander Fleming was born. 1903: He enrolls to St. Mary's Hospital, located in London. 1906: Fleming becomes a surgeon. 1908: He earns his M.B. 1915: Marries Sarah Marion. 1928: He was chosen to be the Professor of Bacteriology. 1928: He discovers penicillin. 1929: Fleming gives penicillin its name.

  3. Alexander Fleming was born at Lochfield in Scotland on August 6th, 1881(Bio) Aug 21, 1900. Duty Calls ... JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Complete Timeline by Amare H.

  4. Sir Alexander Fleming FRS FRSE FRCS (6 August 1881 – 11 March 1955) was a Scottish physician and microbiologist, best known for discovering the world's first broadly effective antibiotic substance, which he named penicillin. His discovery in 1928 of what was later named benzylpenicillin (or penicillin G) from the mould Penicillium rubens is ...

  5. In the same year Alexander Fleming, Howard Florey, and Ernst Chain were awarded the Nobel Prize for their penicillin research. The co-operative efforts of American chemists, chemical engineers, microbiologists, mycologists, government agencies, and chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturers were equal to the challenge posed by Howard Florey and ...

  6. Apr 14, 2017 · Alexander Fleming’s Discovery A chance event in a London laboratory in 1928 changed the course of medicine. Alexander Fleming, a bacteriologist at St. Mary’s Hospital, had returned from a vacation when, while talking to a colleague, he noticed a zone around an invading fungus on an agar plate in which the bacteria did not grow.

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