New insights on how brains develop in young children reveals that child abuse and neglect can be even more damaging than previously understood. In this episode, we'll see how maltreatment can result in measurable physical damage to the brain. Then we'll look at some ways experts are making progress with treatments to repair that damage. Plus, we'll have a report about a new and faster way of conducting inspections on aging bridges.
[J-Innovators] A Faster Way of Inspecting Bridges
The white substance insulates nerve fibers to speed the flow of information
Mice isolated from their peers in childhood were restless and aggressive as adults
[J-Innovators] A compact new device to inspect how much bridges sag when heavy vehicles pass over
[J-Innovators] Innovator Yutaro UMEKAWA hopes this device will be used on bridges around the world