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In the first six years of life, our genes are particularly sensitive to the environment. The interaction of nature and nurture “sculpts” the developing brain and other key biological systems. The regions of the brain that are highly sensitive to the environment during this period include all the basic competencies that we need to thrive throughout life, such as vision, hearing, emotional control, and cognitive competencies to interpret symbols and language.
Victoria Foundation: Applications for 2018/2019 Community Grants will open May 28 and close July 31.If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact us at 250-381-5532 or via email. http://victoriafoundation.bc.ca/grants-funding/grants/how-to-apply/Also check out this "Other Funding: resource page from Victoria Foundation http://victoriafoundation.bc.ca/grants-funding/other-funding-sources/Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation—Connection Grants support interdisciplinary events and outreach activities geared toward short-term, targeted knowledge mobilization initiatives to contribute to the CRCC-prioritized national dialogue. These events and activities represent opportunities to engage and exchange knowledge on successful ways of conducting Indigenous research that are transformative and contribute to reconciliation, including holistic, interdisciplinary and distinctions-based approaches. For more information: http://acc-society.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=a74eaafbca72d669859e6453b&id=8257aec2f1&e=80ecf79ac2
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