Monica Gagliano – Can Plants Learn, Remember, And Communicate?

Monica Gagliano – Can Plants Learn, Remember, And Communicate?

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Big Ideas & Takeaways: 

  • Three scientific experiments that will forever change how you interact with plants.
  • How to scientifically demonstrate that plants can learn (just like Pavlov’s dogs).
  • Proof that plants can remember – and for a long time.
  • Fascinating results revealing that plants can ‘hear’ and respond to sound.

 

About the Speaker:

Monica Gagliano is a founding Senior Research Fellow at the new Biological Intelligence Lab at the   University of Sydney.  She is the author of several books on plant intelligence including “Thus Spoke the Plant”, “The Language of Plants”, and “Memory and Learning in Plants”. Monica has also published numerous peer-reviewed scientific papers on how plants have a Pavlov-like response to stimuli and can learn, remember, and communicate to neighboring plants. She has pioneered the brand-new research field of plant bioacoustics, experimentally demonstrating that plants emit their own ‘voices’ and, detect and respond to the sounds of their environments. Gagliano has re-ignited the discourse on plant subjectivity and ethical and legal standing by demonstrating experimentally that learning is not the exclusive province of animals.

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