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Chapter 1: The Perils of Tourism

Chapter 1: The Perils of Tourism Throughout history, humans have reaped what they’ve sown, often leaving an unforgettable mark on the environment. Some argue that progress inevitably comes at a cost, and this notion has been reinforced at every juncture of technological advancement. However, the peril lies in losing sight of the broader perspective, where […]

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Battling Antibiotic Resistance

Navigating the Frontiers of Antibiotic Resistance Accidental Discovery of Penicillin Sir Alexander Fleming accidentally discovered the substance with antibacterial properties in 1928. He noticed mould (Penicillium) inhibiting bacterial growth in a petri dish. The substance discovered by Fleming was later identified as penicillin by other researchers, most notably Howard Florey and his team, who conducted

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