Pour en savoir plus sur les différentes types de fleurs et les insectes qui les pollinisent.
Venez découvrir les fabuleuses armures de ces héros du Moyen-Age.
Les dinosaures qui habitaient le Canada il y a 75 millions d'années seront dévoilés aujourd'hui.
By Boswell Wing (Earth and Planetary Sciences, McGill).
By Ingrid Birker (Redpath Museum, McGill Science Outreach)
Jan. 29, 19h30
Bronfman Building, Room 045, basement level
Hosted by the Montreal Field Naturalists' Club, this presentation examines fossils of some of the earth's earliest land plants. After the presentation we will walk to the living fossil trees on campus: the Metasequoia, the Ginkgo and the Tulip Tree (weather permitting).
Ever wondered what quantum physics and love have in common? Or how the first sparks of love are created by a combination of three neurochemicals?
By Britt Way
Find out how stars work and then weave a simple star ornament with Chinese ribbon to take home. This presentation led by Redpath Museum educators in collaboration with the ribbon weave artist Yat Wing Rock Mt Lo. In English. In Room 106.
Cost: $7 per child who creates the craft, all other family members FREE. Reserve in advance: call 514-398-4092 or email redpath [dot] museum [at] mcgill [dot] ca.