Some wild speculation:
Professor Lewis invented a diagram
Professor Lewis and his diagrams refers obviously to [Lewis Dot Diagrams], which involve the depiction of molecules and compounds.1
the only uppercase letters that you need to take note of is Professor Siwel
These are P and S. Based on the reference to Lewis diagrams, I suppose these might be referencing Phosphorus and Sulfur, or some compound of the two. This leads to Phosphorus Sulfides, which have multiple different applications.
Currently utilized by generation X.
Among the few uses of Phosphorus Sulfides are Parathion, Malathion, matches, and as parts of electrolytes for Lithium batteries. Generation X is generally considered to be those born between ~1965 and ~1985, which means that they currently are 40-60 years of age. Parathion and Malathion are pesticides, and there's nothing to support that they'd be used in particular by Generation X. Likewise, matches and lithium batteries are used very widely, not just by the 40-60 age group.
Is there any more context you can give at all for the question?