Armand-Frappier Museum

A Museum Dedicated to Biosciences

Created in 1994 under the direction of Dr. Lise Frappier-Davignon, the daughter of Dr. Armand Frappier, the Armand-Frappier Museum offers educational activities to the public to encourage the understanding of scientific issues related to human, animal and environmental health.

Also known as the Centre d'interprétation des biosciences Armand-Frappier, the Museum is a place for encounter, exchange and training in bioscience for young people, the general public, and people involved in scientific research and the industry.

By financially supporting the activities of the Museum, which are focused on biosciences in Québec, the Fondation Armand-Frappier seeks to:

    • Contribute to the dissemination of knowledge of life sciences, particularly regarding public health;
    • Ensure a new generation with many talented scientific researchers by encouraging the interest of young people in biosciences and careers in this field;
    • Perpetuate the memory of Armand Frappier.
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