Carla Shatz, Stanford professor of neurobiology and of biology and the director of Stanford Bio-X, has won the 2016 Kavli Neuroscience Prize for her work in understanding how the brain forms the proper connections. The Kavli Prize is a biennial award with prizes given in astrophysics, nanoscience and neuroscience. For more info: http://stanford.io/286NYI8
Music: "Cheese" by David Szesztay (http://bit.ly/1S30ON1)
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