1. Robert Koch said in an email that the school district "became aware [on Wednesday] of social media posts inviting protesters to the event.
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6. Robert Koch performed scrupulous research both in vitroand in animals before showing his work to Ferdinand Cohn, a botanistat the University of Breslau.
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9. Robert Koch was made a foreign member of the British Royal Society.
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12. Robert Koch traveled to Egypt and India to study cholera to identify and isolate the cause of the disease.
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17. Robert Koch attended the University of Gottingen, where he studied medicine, graduating in 1866.
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27. Robert Koch became interested in biology in high school and entered the University of Gottingen in 1862, where he studied medicine.
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31. Robert Koch based his experiments on the microbiology of Ferdinand Julius Cohn, a botanist from Breslau (today Wrocław, Poland), and was able to identify these structures as Bacillus anthracis.
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33. Robert Koch was awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine in 1905, a fitting capstone to his distinguished career.
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36. Robert Koch was born at Clausthal, Hanover, on Dec 11, 1843, the third of a family of 13.
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39. Robert Koch performed scrupulous research both in the laboratory and in animals before showing his work to Ferdinand Cohn, a botanist at the University of Breslau.
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45. Robert Koch left India for Dar-es-Salaam when invited to German East Africa to curb rinderpest.
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46. Robert Koch repudiated Pettenkofer's hazy arguments and fallacious claims with facts and straightforward logic; and he adumbrated control measures that were adopted successfully for the German empire, although not by the International Sanitary Conference at Rome in July 1885, to which he was an official delegate.
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54. Robert Koch died on 27 May in 1910 in Black Forest region of Germany.
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57. Robert Koch acquired his medical degree from the University of Gottingen, Germany in 1866.
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58. Robert Koch won the 1905 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
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63. In 1905, Robert Koch won the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for his work with tuberculosis.
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68. At the age of 19, Robert Koch entered the University of Gottingen, studying natural science.
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69. For his research on tuberculosis, Robert Koch received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1905.
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