The University Of Sheffield
Krebs Festival

EXPLORING HIDDEN WORLDS
OCTOBER – NOVEMBER 2015

KrebsFest 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.

Our 2015 festival explored Krebs’ legacy through a series of public events and exhibitions, including talks from Nobel Prize winners.

About KrebsFest

TODAY’S CUTTING EDGE RESEARCH

The great legacy of Sir Hans Krebs, both for Sheffield and the world, is in demonstrating how we can use scientific methods and understanding to uncover the hidden workings of life. In 1988 the Krebs Institute was established at the University of Sheffield. The Krebs Institute brings together scientists to build on this legacy in understanding those mechanisms in biology that underpin life on earth. Molecular science research at Sheffield is embodied within three projects that describe our vision for the next 10 years: Imagine, Shine and Florey.

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