Congratulations to Mohamed Bahdine, who won first prize in the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Science, Action! video contest. This award, worth $3500, recognizes the best video putting science and engineering in the spotlight to show Canadians how research is improving their lives.
In the video, Mohamed Bahdine, from Simon Hardy's laboratory, explains how he uses microscopy and artificial intelligence to develop virtual brain models that can lead to a better understanding of this complex organ.
Visit the "Science, Action!" website to view all the winning videos.