Hosted by Lisa Kudrow, this two-part special reveals the impact of the arts on the human brain and explores its vital role in human development during youth and older age. Produced by Twin Cities Public Television.
UW-Madison Professor Margaret McFall-Ngai discusses her study of animal bacterial symbiosis and how the effects of certain bacteria may have important and beneficial implications for human health and disease.
Ben Sidran, a musician and author, and Richard Davidson, the director of the Lab for Affective Neuroscience at UW-Madison, combine their talents, interests, and spirit of adventure to bring us an original exploration into the interface of neuroscience and Jazz. Sidran and Davidson offer techniques to liberate the mind, moving from "mistakes" to "opportunities."