A. W.Fleming
B. Alexnder Fleming
C. Louis Pasteur
D. None of the Above

Brief Facts

In the year 1928, Sir Alexander Fleming discovered the first antibiotic when he was testing it in his lab. He was a British-Scotish, born in 1881 and died in 1955. Further, he was popularly a physician and microbiologist, better known for discovering the world’s first antibiotic substance, i.e. penicillin. Moreover, Alexander was Rector of Edinburgh University for the period 1951-1954, Freeman of many boroughs and cities, and Honorary Chief Doy-gei-tau of the Kiowa tribe.