S2E25 Cube Chatshaala: Exploring new ways of Learning

Learning STEM through Investigation
An invitation to construct new IDEAS/Research questions.




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Timing:5.30 pm to 9.30 pm
Webinar will be recorded and recording link will be post in the same thread after the webinar.

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WhatsApp Image 2020-10-18 at 11.03.12 PM

Can we study learning and memory using snails? How do we recognise the smell of banana or Gulab Jamun or any other food is it a memory? Can we study memory through the sense of smell?

WhatsApp Image 2020-10-18 at 11.04.08 PM

Why did I read can you choose sea slug How is memory formed? and how is memory retained? What is associated memory?
If I learn to play guitar (my mother‘s favourite tone). And if for some reason I did not continue to play guitar for say 4 to 5 years even after five years I get guitar I might not remember the actual lesson taught by the tutor I could remember some of the lessons at least in bits and pieces specially the tone that was associated with my mother.

WhatsApp Image 2020-10-18 at 11.06.01 PM

Why did Eric Kandel Choose sea slug Because it has less number of neurons​:flushed::flushed: How many neurons do human have? How many neurons does a sea slug have Do we understand billions??

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WhatsApp Image 2020-10-18 at 11.06.37 PM

The size of the neurons is bigger in sea slug as compare to human Human neuron (cell body)diameter- 100 micrometer Sea slug neuron diameter- 1000micrometer that is 1 millimetre That is it is visible to the naked eye why did Eric kandel look for an organism having larger neuron?

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WhatsApp Image 2020-10-18 at 11.07.23 PM

Can learning and memory be studied by a dog? Why did Eric Kandel went looking for sea slug and not dog? If we were to design an experiment to study learning and memory and dog!


CUBE Chatshaala on 18th October 2020


29 CUBists from 25 centres joined the webinar.

Breach Candy, South Mumbai: Arunan MC
Ghatkopar, Mumbai: Anjani Kashyap
Thane, Maharashtra: Anshu Kadam
Kozhikode, Kerala: Arunima
Thriprayar, Kerala: Aswathy Suresh
Kolkata, West Bengal: Batul P
Palakkad, Kerala: Dr. Binumol Sajikumar
Erode, Tamil Nadu: Dr. C Chitra
Nerul, Maharashtra: Drishtant
Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mumbai: Gautam Mourya
Narsing HS School, Silchar: Hasina
Kolenchery, Kerala: Joel Johnson
Patna, Bihar: Kajal Kumari
Coimbatore, Kerala: Karthika
Moradabad, UP: Kiran Yadav
Mullasery, Kerala: Krishna
Kandassankadavu, Kerala: Lakshmy PJ
Powai, Mumbai: Lydia Mathew
Ranchi, Jharkhand: Manisha Rani
Palakkad, Kerala: Dr. Nisy Prasad
Mulund, Mumbai: Omkar Badnale
DSC, Delhi: P. Chitralekha
Morabadi, Ranchi: Rechel Tirkey
Bandra, Mumbai: Saida Sayyed
ANDC, Delhi: Sarita Kumar
Panvel, Maharashtra: Shraddha Sonavane
Thanniam, Kerala: Sidhy PP
Prabhadevi, Mumbai: Yash Sheregare
Sneha Jha

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