What history tells us V. Emile Duclaux (1840–1904)
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Perhaps we should be more cautions in our vision of how a scientist should behave, a perception closely tied to the present-day organization of scientific research — with its extreme specialization. Is the present situation optimal? And was not the huge spectrum of activities and interests of Emile Duclaux also necessary for the rapid development of microbiology and its general acceptance? We should not reduce the history of medicine to a catalog of the discoverers of diseases. As a scientific organizer, and a prime mover in the development of microbiology, Emile Duclaux deserves a place in our memories.
Volume 48, 2023
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