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Krebs Fest is a celebration of the scientific research of Sir Hans Krebs, winner of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1953, for his pioneering work at the University of Sheffield. This collection shows how Krebs' legacy lives on in our cutting-edge research through exhibitions, artworks and a series of public events, including talks by the Nobel Prize winners Sir Richard Roberts and Sir Paul Nurse. It also features interviews with leading Sheffield and the international artist Luke Jerram. And be sure to check out the fantastic "Krebs Rap" with special guest - Science rapper Oort Kuiper - K-R-E-B-S!

Krebs Fest Sheffield University

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Krebs Fest is a celebration of the scientific research of Sir Hans Krebs, winner of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1953, for his pioneering work at the University of Sheffield. This collection shows how Krebs' legacy lives on in our cutting-edge research through exhibitions, artworks and a series of public events, including talks by the Nobel Prize winners Sir Richard Roberts and Sir Paul Nurse. It also features interviews with leading Sheffield and the international artist Luke Jerram. And be sure to check out the fantastic "Krebs Rap" with special guest - Science rapper Oort Kuiper - K-R-E-B-S!

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