Two Jewish Scientists Receive 1953 Nobel Prize in Sweden
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Two Jewish Scientists Receive 1953 Nobel Prize in Sweden

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Two Jewish scientists were among the winners of the 1953 Nobel Prize who today received their awards at a ceremony at Concert Hall here. They were Prof. Hans Adolph Krebs of Sheffield University, England, and Prof. Fritz Albert Lipmann of Harvard University Medical School. Both were honored for their work in medicine. Both fled the Nazi regime in Germany.

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