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The Krebs Cycle

Matt Johnson explains the Krebs Cycle, its discovery by a University of Sheffield Nobel Prize winner and its role in endurance sports such as cycling.

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The Florey Institute, University of Sheffield

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Professor Simon Foster on MRSA

Professor Simon Foster from the Florey Institute explains how crowdsourcing friendly bacteria helps superbug cause infection.

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Professor Per Bullough - What is Cryo-EM

Professor Per Bullough, from the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, explains how the new Arctica cryo-electron microscope allows researchers to examine specimens in greater detail…

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Professor Per Bullough on cryo-EM

Professor Per Bullough, from the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, introduces a revolutionary multi-million pound electron microscope.

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Metabolon timelapse

If scientific data was presented as art, what would it look like? Quite possibly something like this. Dr Nate Adams has teamed up with artists Seiko Kinoshita and Darren Richardson to bring data to…

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Inflatable e. Coli timelapse

Inflatable e. Coli timelapse in Firth Court

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Grantham Centre scholar interview Hannah Sewell

We spoke to Hannah Sewell about her experiences as a Grantham Centre scholar. The Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures is an ambitious and innovative collaboration between the University of…

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A History of Nerve Agents

This presentation is a short animation style video explaining how nerve agents function and why they are so deadly. The presentation is aimed at anyone over16 years and over, and especially useful…

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The Sound of Science - teaser

The Sound of Science - the flagship event from the 2018 Festival of the Mind at The University of Sheffield - is a unique combination of music, performance and science, that explores some of the most…

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A flipped classroom approach to teaching basic maths skills

Although numerical competence is essential for success in the biological sciences, a number of students at this institution and others struggle with their maths skills and confidence. Rebecca Barnes,…

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Science Communication MSc

The Science Communication MSc at the University of Sheffield allows you to explore your creative voice within the dynamic field of SciComm. Gain the creative media, journalistic and critical…

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Inspirational Academics - Dr Gareth Fraser

Dr Gareth Fraser is a Lecturer of Evolutionary Developmental Biology in the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences at the University of Sheffield. He's also a world-renowned expert on Sharks.…

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Life on the Edge: Microbes of the Stratosphere

Tareq L S Omairi, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. Where does life stop and the emptiness of space begin? The adaptability of life and its ability to survive in extreme conditions continues to…

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Trichodesmium: Sea-sawdust, tufts and puffs, and how to survive at sea with very little food!

Andrew Hitchcock, Molecular Biology & Biotechnology. Trichodesmium (or sea-sawdust) are unique bacteria which live in the ocean and help sustain aquatic life. Trichodesmium species are…

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