Associate Professor Zunli Lu says tropical Pacific played major role in absorbing Earth’s atmospheric carbon dioxide during last ice age Scientists have long known that atmospheric carbon dioxide is closely linked to climate change. Studying ice age cycles, carbon dioxide…
(Video) Panel Discussion in NYC on Gravitational Waves Discovery
On Thursday, Feb. 2, faculty members from Syracuse University and MIT joined together in New York City for a panel discussion on the historic discovery of gravitational waves. Syracuse University professors Duncan Brown and Peter Saulson and associate professor Stefan Ballmer, along with MIT professor Rainer Weiss (co-founder of LIGO) took part in a question-and-answer session moderated by Bob Dotson G’69. The event was recorded live at the famed Explorers Club in New York City.