What a great idea, a HOME LAB is! A place where everyone can participate in research, Indeed! The CUBists will share their journeys and their work today as part of the 1000 days of celebration, so we would like to invite everyone to join CUBE chatShaala to encourage these young researchers.
Timing: 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm
Let’'s celebrate this occasion by posting photo updates from around our Home Labs/Locality with essential description including “possible research question”.
Are these presentation accesible?
I think no…
What is the point in posting it here then?
@Himanshu presentations are available in the comments as well as the video recording is available in the webinar link shared in the post.
It is good to post here to keep the record of event.
Experimental design by Sauraya and Lahari for studying phyllanthus sleep-wake cycle: The Phyllanthus is a small plant that grows to a height of 15-20 cm and we often find phyllanthus plant In our nearby surroundings or along the sidewalks of the road. (1000 days of CUBE chatShaala and CUBE home lab movement celebration season).
Sakshi is interested in studying the sleep wake cycle pf phyllanthus plant, during her observations she discovered a caterpillar on her phyllanthus and started cultivating it. (1000 Days of CUBE chatShaala and Home lab movement celebration season)
Interesting presentation about how Seema became interested in CUBE model systems (1000 Days of CUBE chatShaala and CUBE home lab movement celebration season )
Have you ever wondered what are these worms which sometimes you can find inside the pea pods, cabbage leaves bun while peeling them off. Are there any stages that after some time they will become an adult like beautiful butterfly, Moth and any other insect? (1000 days of CUBE chatShaala and CUBE home lab movement celebration season)
In her presentation, Archita makes the following crucial points that distinguish Daphnia from Moina. (1000 days of CUBE chatShaala and CUBE home lab movement celebration season)