The Orange STEM: Could a storm like Hurricane Harvey ever affect central New York?
Ali Harford | Senior Design Editor
Stephen Shepherd, a graduate student at Syracuse University studying chemistry and forensic science, explores science topics with guests relating to science news affecting the university and nearby areas. This podcast is published biweekly. For additional information, review the links below.
- Syracuse University offers Harvey relief outreach
- Ways you can help people affected by Hurricane Harvey
- Iranian physicist says science can build world understanding
- Hurricane Harvey updates
- Harvey’s devastating impact by the numbers
- Syracuse head coach Dino Babers on victims of Tropical Storm Harvey: ‘My prayers are out to them’
- Newhouse alumnus providing coverage, aid post hurricane
- Life after Harvey: Scientists take stock of the damage, and their luck
- Hurricane Harvey: Why is it so extreme?
- How a warmer climate helped shape Harvey
- The buzz on bugs: Will insect-based foods tip to the mainstream?
- GM crop delays mean Africa loses benefits
- Restaurant inspections by the Onondaga County Health Department July 30 to Aug. 5
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration on apple juice and arsenic
Published on September 7, 2017 at 1:13 am