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…
Innovation Orange: Katharine Lewis
Katharine (Kate) Lewis, a professor in the Department of Biology in the College of Arts and Sciences, researches how certain kinds of cells are formed in the spinal cord. In this edition of Innovation Orange, we see how the use of zebrafish is critical in the research conducted by Professor Lewis.
Innovation Orange highlights the research of Syracuse University faculty. If you would like to see a faculty member featured here, please contact Keith Kobland at email@example.com.
Previous editions of Innovation Orange can be found here: https://vimeo.com/album/5014881.
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