Criminal Science Investigation
Students use real-life forensic techniques to solve the mystery of the missing Museum conservator in this fascinating hands-on program.
One of the conservators at the Museum has disappeared! Students follow a trail of clues to determine what has happened. They discover how forensic science is used in real police investigations as they narrow the list of suspects through fingerprinting, DNA testing, blood-splatter analysis, and more.
Canada Aviation and Space Museum (11 Aviation Parkway).
Preview the Canada Aviation and Space Museum for free at any time by showing proof of your teaching status at the Admission desk. After registering, you’ll receive a pre-visit package to help plan your visit.
$7 per student (minimum fee $140)
Fees include applicable taxes and are subject to change without notice.
Fees may be prepaid or paid upon arrival by cash, credit card, or cheque (payable to the Canada Science and Technology Museum).
Cancellations require 48 hours notice. A $30 administration fee applies unless the program is rescheduled within the same school year.
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