Planet PhD

Noora Nevala: Colour vision in Zebra fish

November 4, 2019

In this week episode we talk to Noora Nevala from the University of Sussex on her work on colour vision in Zebra fish. 

We chat all about how the light environment an organism lives in may influence its colour vision, how colour vision actually works in fish and the most important question of all, why is a Zebra fish called a Zebra fish?

We have a very fishy fun fact discussing the deep sea fish Macropinna microstoma (we highly recommend you look it up) and Gigi finally learns how fish mate.


Follow Noora on twitter @noornev