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The Annual Krebs Lecture by Dr Richard Henderson. Tuesday 24 April 2018.

The Annual Krebs Krebs Lecture The University welcomed 400 students, staff, alumni and members of the public to the Annual Krebs Lecture on Tuesday 24 April. The guest speaker for the…

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Sir Hans Krebs and the Krebs Cycle

An animation that introduces Sir Hans Krebs and the Krebs cycle, and how his legacy lives on today at the University of Sheffield, with the pioneering research centres - The Florey Institute, the…

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Great Ideas of Biology by Sir Paul Nurse

Sir Paul Nurse was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2001, and until 30th November 2015 was the President of the Royal Society. Three of the great ideas of biology are the gene…

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Krebs Rap by Oort Kuiper

A rap about Hans Krebs and the Krebs Cycle written and performed by Oort Kuiper.

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A Crime Against Humanity by Sir Richard Roberts

Sir Richard Roberts was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1993. European non-governmental organisations and politicians have declared that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are…

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Luke Jerram - Inflatable E.Coli & Krebs Fest

A 90ft long E.Coli bacterium was commissioned for Krebs Fest, and displayed in multiple locations around Sheffield. In addition, a glass mitochondrion sculpture is now displayed in Firth Court,…

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Krebs Fest

Professor Simon Foster, lead academic of Krebs Fest gives an overview of the festival; looking back at the life of Sir Hans Krebs and celebrating his legacy. Simon shares with us some of the…

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An Introduction to the Florey Institute

Widespread antimicrobial resistance, the limited pipeline of novel antimicrobials and the rapid evolution of micro-organisms are global health problems. Professor Dockrell describes some of the…

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An Introduction to the Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures

The Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures is an innovative collaboration between the University of Sheffield and the Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment. In this talk, filmed…

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An Introduction to Imagine: Imaging Life

Dr Ashley Cadby delivers an informative and entertaining talk on the fascinating world of microscopy; and describes how the University of Sheffield is using revolutionary techniques to help answer…

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An Introduction to Sir Hans Krebs

Professor Simon Foster, Lead Academic for Krebs Fest gives a quick background to Sir Hans Krebs, and describes his importance to Sheffield.

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Sir Hans Krebs- Professor Dave Hornby

Dave Hornby, Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Sheffield delves into the history of Sir Hans Krebs, and describes his journey to Sheffield via Germany and Cambridge. Filmed at Krebs Fest.

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