The aim of the "Parfum d'images" project is to define the impact of a smell on the visual memory of an infant, in order to identify the role of the combination of sensory information for a harmonious development during the first months of life.
The 5 senses for kids Foundation Science Award aims to encourage this new field of research. We interviewed Professors Anne Didier and Roland Salesse, members of the Society for Neuroscience, to talk about it in detail.
On 27 July 2022, LesProsDeLaPetiteEnfance.fr published an article on 5 Senses for kids Foundation. The platform was the subject of a detailed presentation of its vocation, its activities and its educational action prize.
The role of multisensoriality in infant development has always been debated in the scientific community. In this lecture, Arnaud Leleu, teacher-researcher at the University of Burgundy, reveals recent work conducted in his laboratory.
On 20 June 2022, the ActuBaby newsletter talked about the launch of the 5 Senses 4 kids Foundation
This is an opportunity to talk about this player in the world of Early Childhood and to recall the ambition of our platform.
This richly illustrated work paints a picture of our knowledge of the neurophysiology of food and restores them in their social, economic and cultural context. It is intended for scientists, students, teachers, dieticians, gastronomes, and foodies.
Jean Epstein is now recognised in France and internationally as the leading expert on Early Childhood. We interviewed him on the occasion of the launch of the "5 Senses For Kids Foundation" educational action prize