Katerina Visnjic (senior lecturer in physics) won the 1st prize in a science communication contest hosted by the hugely popular Veritasium YouTube channel (>10 Million subscribers).
The challenge was to create a 1-minute video explaining a counterintuitive phenomenon in science. The contest sparked a flurry of thousands of video submissions from all around the world. Visnjic, in collaboration with Lance Herrington of the McGraw Center, won first place with their video on the barrel-bursting experiment that Blaise Pascal is commonly thought to have conducted (but probably never did).
The award announcement can be found here: https://www.veritasium.com/contest
and the winning video can be seen below: