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Sir Alexander Fleming discovered the antibiotic penicillin here at St Mary's Hospital in 1928, for which he went on to receive the Nobel Prize in Medicine.
Sir Alexander Fleming discovered the antibiotic penicillin here at St Mary's Hospital in 1928, for which he went on to receive the Nobel Prize in Medicine. Now a museum, it preserves Fleming's laboratory restored to its 1928 condition, where visitors can explore the story of Fleming and the discovery and development of penicillin.
St. Mary's Hospital, Praed St
+44 20 7886 65
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