Young people and their parents enjoy guided visits to science centers and companies of the place to discover how » is » science.
One example is the fluid mechanics laboratory at McGill University , the Laboratory of solar car from the École de technologie supérieure (ETS) , the Biodome , Biosphere , Insectarium, the Laboratories of the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM ), the Montreal science Centre (MSC ).
1 Biodôme – renewed in 2011
Come and discover the ecosystems of the Americas : humid tropical forest, Laurentian Maple Forest , Gulf of St Lawrence , the Labrador coast and the subantarctic islands at the heart of Montreal
2 Sex, the tell-all exhibition !
Montreal Science Centre
The questions teenagers have about sexuality are as legitimate as numerous. This tour is structured in five thematic areas. This dynamic and interactive exhibition answers over 100 questions asked adolescents about sexuality in an open and positive manner.
N.B. Recommended for ages 12 and older
3 Here, was born Montreal (Museum pointe à Callière)
The exhibition » Where Montreal was born » takes visitors to the heart of authentic archaeological site of the founding of Montreal . In an unusual underground route covering six centuries of history , from Indian days to the present . Come rediscover the origins of Montreal born there over 3.5 centuries back .
4 The word of giants
By Bruno Paul Stenson,
[ Moderator RedPath Museum, McGill University ]
Fossil specimens from the museum’s collections illustrate some of the most remarkable events in the history of life on Earth. Y are represented mammoths , the skull of a Triceratops , Dromaeosaurus albertensis , a cousin of Velociraptorbien known , and the skull of a Tyrannosaurus rex . An output not to be missed !
8 Montreal planetarium
This new show offered as part of the International Year of Astronomy , unveils the sky in all its glory ! This quest takes the audience behind the scenes of the Universe and hide treasures of great beauty.