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Videos by Stefan Lüpold and colleagues of fluorescent green and red sperm within the female reproductive tract of fruit flies have awarded the Second Place prize in the Nikon, Small World in Motion Competition (http://www.nikonsmallworld.com), and an Honorable Mention in the Olympus, Bioscapes International Digital Imaging Competition http://www.olympusbioscapes.comThe movies will be included in tours hitting museums in cities across the U.S., Mexico, South America, Canada and the Middle East throughout 2013.
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Welcome to the Department of Biology at Syracuse University. We have a first-rate faculty devoted to teaching and cutting-edge research in diverse fields of Biology. Our programs in cell signaling, biocomplexity, pre-medical education and environmental science have produced many outstanding graduates and biology professionals.
Our research addresses problems at the level of molecules, cells, organisms, populations and ecosystems that are at the forefront of health and environmental issues of society.
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