THE PENICILLIN MAN by John Rowland

THE PENICILLIN MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the biography of Alexander Fleming, the Scotch boy who discovered the mould from which penicillin is made. It's a readable story about a great personality, but Fleming the man does not come alive. Although the reader never really sees Fleming without the scientist's white coat, it unfolds a significant life story with insight into the rewards of the research scientist's life.

Publisher: Roy