We’ve had a wonderful outreach session for 29 students from Yale Global Scholar program!
We’ve had a wonderful week of lectures and experiments with students from Greater New Haven schools!
We’ve launched Sensory Physiology Club in July of 2014. Since then, we’ve taught over 600 hundreds of kids!
Viktor’s lecture on the sense of touch from our 5-day course on sensory physiology for mid- and high-school students.
Slav, Elena, Lydia and Evan volunteered to host science-hungry kids at the Yale Pathways to Science orientation session. We met wonderful people and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. We also took a few pictures so that we now can play a very interesting intellectual game—find Evan.
The game is essentially a cryptic puzzle. It stimulates cognitive arousal, potentiates watchfulness and wariness, and battles ignorance and neglect. The game can be played individually, or by two people against one another, or even by teams. Here it is.
Level 0 (practice): Where is Evan? Hint: Evan is not Elena or Lydia.
Level 1: Beginner. Where is Evan?
Level 2: Intermediate. Where is Evan?
Level 3: Insane. Where is Evan?
We play only the best games.
We have launched the Sensory Physiology Club – a new initiative from the Slav and Elena Labs to promote education among the school kids of the Grater New Haven area. This summer, we are proud to be a part of the Yale SCHOLAR program.
Willem is trying to convince the schoolkids that being a graduate student in the Slav and Elena Labs is the best thing ever.
Evan talks brains.
Elena and Willem are totally into Evan’s lecture.
Evan discovers his sensitivity threshold in the two-point discrimination test. Maggie operates the caliper.
Cockroach electrophysiology rig with the specimen attached. Note the Faraday cage…
The setup in action.
Special thanks to Lynda Blancato and Maria Parente for making this possible!.