Color plate illustrates vinous, lactic and butyric fermentations.
This plate comes from the Chemical Atlas; or, The Chemistry of Familiar Objects authored by American scientific writer, editor and lecturer Edward…
- 1940 – 1949
This vessel is believed to be one of the original fermentation pans used by researchers at Oxford University to produce penicillin in the 1940s.
Rectangular porcelain vessel used for growing penicillin; sealed at all…
- 1939 – 1967 (Date span attributed to photograph)
Photograph of a double flask used by French biologist, microbiologist, and chemist Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) to demonstrate anaerobic fermentation, as displayed at the Pasteur Institute in Paris. Per notations…