Here children help to build a life-size house using foam bricks. No one enters without a fluorescent jacket! Read more
Is Antarctica in the North, or the South?And if it’s in the South, then why is it so cold there? Who owns the Antarctic? Why is so much research carried out there? Do polar bears and penguins live in Antarctica?
One atom of oxygen, two atoms of hydrogen...Three atoms create water and make life on earth possible.
Our blue planet is made of water, yet one person in every three is deprived of clean water. Is this down to chance or our choice as a civilisation ?
Health is the silence of our organs“That small model of the barren earth which serves as paste and cover to our bones”(Shakespeare) How well do we know our bodies? Do we only worry about them when we fall ill?
From Mendel's peas to bar-code babiesGMOs on our plates? Death Row inmates proved innocent by their DNA? Cloning as a response to sterility problems? Genetics is everywhere – or almost.
How we perceive and analyse our environmentWhisper in your neighbour's ear from 10 metres away, watch your skeleton pedalling, or get through a booby-trapped tunnel without setting off the alarm
The television is part of our everyday lives, sometimes as entertainment, sometimes as a source of information. But what lies behind the box? How are the programmes seen by viewers actually made? Young people discover audio-visual techniques and make a programme in a real television studio. Read more
A whole world of experiences !
At the Pass, you'll embark on a voyage of discovery encompassing science in all its diversity, through interactive exhibitions, films and supervised activities. A family fun day: welcome to the Pass!