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The ACFAS - Association francophone pour le savoir is holding its annual scientific image contest, and the prize for the 2015 International Year of Light will be awarded to images that illustrate the nature of light or the interaction between light and matter. Researchers are invited to submit their images by January 26th 2015. All the details are on the ACFAS website: Concours preuve par l'image 2015.

decouverteResearchers Armen Saghatelyan, Paul and Yves De Koninck and Daniel Côté were recently featured on "Découverte", the scientific television show presented by Radio-Canada.  The researchers explain the possibilities and promises of new neurophotonics approaches and technologies to better understand the brain, leading to major scientific breakthroughs.

View the segment here:

The Neurophotonics Centre hosted the Launch meeting for the Canadian Neurophotonics Platform on December 16-17 2014 in Québec city.  The platform aims to develop, test and promote new neurophotonics tools using the power of optics and and photonics to serve research in neurosciences and the brain.

The lauch meeting was a great opportunity for platform members and important collaborators to prioritize the objectives and goals of the new platform.  You can read the announcement of the project here:

Evstratova, Tóth and Chamberland Evstratova, Tóth and Chamberland

Dr Katalin Tóth and her team recently published a paper in Nature Communications in which they explain, in part, how seemingly identical synaptic vesicles can be used to transmit different messages from one neuron to the next.

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CCWiP poster

The Canadian Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CCUWiP) is a conference for physics students held at Laval University JANUARY 9-11, 2015.

Hughlings Jackson lecture by Karl Deisseroth

Hughlings Jackson lecture by Karl Deisseroth

Neurophotonics expert Karl Deisseroth visited McGill University last week and his lecture, titled "Optical Deconstruction of Fully-assembled Biological Systems" is currently available for viewing on the McGill Neuro website. The Hughlings Jackson Lecture is the Neuro’s premier scientific lecture and took place on October 17, 2014 at 4:00 pm at the Neuro. Dr. Karl Deisseroth, M.D., Ph.D., D.H. Chen Professor of Bioengineering and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences of Stanford University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, California, USA gave this year's lecture.

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