IOAN CANTACUZINO - Cholera vaccine Ioan C. Cantacuzino was a renowned Romanian physician and bacteriologist.He graduated from the University of Paris' Faculty of Sciences and Faculty of Medicine, and worked at several hospitals in Paris, obtaining his doctorate in 1894.Based on investigations in this direction, the doctor has developed a cholera vaccination method, called "Method Cantacuzino", still used today in countries where there are cases of cholera.
Emil Racoviță / 15 November 1868 – 17 November 1947/ was a Romanian biologist, zoologist, speleologist, explorer of Antarctica and the first biologist in the world to study the arctic life. Together with Grigore Antipa, he was one of the most noted promoters of natural sciences in Romania. Racoviță was the first Romanian to have gone on a scientific research expedition to the Antarctic, more than 100 years ago, as well as an influential professor, scholar and researcher.
PETRACHE POENARU - The Fountain Pen inventor. Poenaru, who had studied in Paris and Vienna and, later, completed his specialized studies in England, was a mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor. While a student in Paris, Petrache Poenaru invented the world's first fountain pen, an invention for which the French Government issued a patent on 25 May 1827.
CELȚII DIN GEȚIA LUI BUREBISTA, CERTITUDINI ȘI CONTRADICȚII
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Nicolae Paulescu (1869-1931) - Romanian professor of medicine & true inventor of insuline. In 1922, doctor Frederick Banting & biochemist John Macleod from University of Toronto, Canada published their paper on successful use of a different, alcohol based pancreatic extract for normalizing blood sugar (glucose) levels (glycemia) in a human patient. While Paulescu had patented his technique in Romania, Banting and Macleod received the Nobel Prize in Medicine for discovery of insulin…
Ioan C. Cantacuzino (Romanian pronunciation: [iˈo̯an kantakuziˈno], also Ion Cantacuzino; November 25, 1863 – January 14, 1934) was a renowned Romanian physician and bacteriologist, a professor at the Romanian School of Medicine and Pharmacy and a member of the Romanian Academy. He was the founder of the fields of microbiology and experimental medicine in Romania, and creator of the Ioan Cantacuzino Institute.