Hidden Worlds: Krebs and his legacy in Sheffield
15th October 2015 - 17th March 2016
Exhibition Gallery, Western Bank Library
As part of the Krebs Festival celebrations, the exhibition looks at the ground breaking scientific discoveries of Sir Hans Krebs at the University of Sheffield, which established the University as a world class research facility.
The legacy of this work lives on in the Krebs Institute 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, The Grantham Centre and Florey.
The exhibition examines how these institutes are making important contributions to our understanding of the hidden workings of life.
Monday to Thursday 9am—7pm Friday 10am—7pm Saturday 12—6pm (excluding holidays)
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