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  • 3F

    This gallery covers topics in food nutrition, food safety, and the science of cooking. The computers will help analysing your choice of food and compare them with the advices from experts.

    Exhibition Period: Year 2009-2018

  • 1F

    The center piece of this gallery is the Central Station with the train “Science Express” supported by 4 exhibition zones. The train, through interactive exhibits and a multi-purpose performance stage, will bring children to different areas of science meeting the scientists and their discoveries.

  • 2F

    The Earth Gallery depicts the power of the Earth. It introduces the seemingly peaceful but in fact very dynamic Earth that we are living on top. Exhibits will be themed surrounding the key natural phenomena and their characteristics. The exhibits will provide information on how we can increase our chances of survival when facing them.

    Exhibition Period: Year 2010-2016

Special Galleries
  • Location:G02

    The exhibition Unseen Oceans produced and designed by the American Museum of Natural History will be held at the Atrium and Gallery 2, Exhibition Center, Macau Science Center from March 26, 2021 to September 26, 2021.


    This exhibition features strange creatures from coastal shallows and deep seas, and comprises nine exhibition areas: Fantastic Drifters, Mysterious Creatures, Encountering Giant Creatures, Deep End of the Ocean, Invisible Boundary, Rich Ocean, and Evolution of the Mirror Sea (Waters around Macao). Over 30 exhibits will be displayed. Visitors will tour from the bright surface to the deep end of the ocean and explore the latest marine science. With the help of advanced robots and satellite technology, mysteries of the ocean will be unveiled. Knowledge of marine science will be presented to visitors through a variety of interactive and multimedia methods such as simulated fluorescent marine biological models, 180-degree circular screen, interactive sand of ocean terrain, science theater, virtual diving games and scientific research documentaries, so as to inspire visitors to the importance of marine ecology preservation and sustainable development.


    In addition, in order to introduce the development of seas around Macao and the fishery, a special exhibition area "Evolution of the Mirror Sea" is arranged. Visitors will peer into the changes in the sea areas and routes around Macao as well as the development of fishery. Moreover, underwater robots developed by Macao students and knowledge about large-scale natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis will be presented.


  • Location:G02
  • Location:G02

    In order to promote meteorological popular science education in Macao, the Macao Science Center(MSC) and the Macao Meteorological Society co-organized the Story of Clouds Photography Competition. Through photographic works themed on clouds, the aim is to show the ever-changing beauty of the various types of clouds, while deepening the public’s understanding and appreciation of clouds. 


    The exhibition featuring the winning and shortlisted entries will take place at Gallery 2, the Exhibition Center, MSC, from September to November, 2020. It will also introduce the classification of clouds and related popular science knowledge. In conjunction, a STEM workshop will be organized, guiding participants to use micro:bit and other components to build a simple weather station, so that they can learn programming and how to monitor weather changes. 

    Date: September 29 - November 29, 2020


    Organized by: Macao Science Center, Macao Meteorological Society

    Supported by: Ecpz Photography Association

    Sponsored by: Macao Foundation

  • Location:G02

    Celebrating the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China and the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Macao Special Administrative Region, the Grand Exhibition of Popular Science and Technology – Innovation Makes Our Life Better is held at the atrium and the Gallery 02 of the Exhibition Center of the Macao Science Center from January 10 to February 28, to review the major sci-tech achievements of the country as well as the fruits of the city’s popular science education and youth innovation in science and technology after its return to the motherland. The aim is to enhance local people’s sense of pride of their identity as a Chinese citizen and sense of belonging to Macao and motherland, while increasing their sense of happiness.

    Hosted by the Macao SAR government and the China Association for Science and Technology, the exhibition is co-organized by the China Science and Technology Museum, the Association for Promotion of Science and Technology of Macau and the Macao Science Center. The Macao Foundation sponsors parts of the funds, with support from the Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau (CTM). Supporting institutions include the University of Macau, the Macau University of Science and Technology, the Macao Polytechnic Institute, the University of Saint Joseph, the Pui Ching Middle School, the Workers' Children High School, Macau, the Hou Kong Middle School, the Escola Dos Moradores De Macau (EMM), the Pooi To Middle School, the Xin Hua School and the Affiliated School of the University of Macau.

    Website: https://www.mapst.org/stexhibition/

  • Location:G02

    Featuring over 60 interactive exhibits, short films, guided appreciation of theatre and workshops, the exhibition introduces a rich history of scientific development starting from the 7th century in the region we know today as the Middle East. The exhibition aims to showcase a scientific and cultural legacy that still impacts our lives today and to promote diversity in science and intercultural appreciation.

    Date: 26/4-27/10/2019


  • Location:G02

    Bionics is a cross-disciplinary science, from biology, materials, engineering, medicine, machinery to agriculture are all considered for bionics application. Inspired by the observation and analysis of the natural environment, the ecology and structure of plants and animals, human have applied the wisdom of biological evolution and adaptation to the environment of over 3.8 billion years to innovative technology or product design to provide solutions for various problems faced by society. The exhibition is divided into six areas, introduces biomimetic technology inventions and future developments by showcasing specimens, sculptures, models, multimedia animations and short films of animals and plants.

    Exhibition Period: 2018/12/01~2019/03/31


  • Location:G06

    "Power for a Quality Life - The Macao LRT Exhibition" is a knowledge base for you to know more about the Macao LRT system. Through the various themed exhibits, you will be able to know the characteristics and information about the LRT systems, as well as their development all over the world. You can even interact with the exhibits to explore the fun and the scientific knowledge of the LRT system.

    Exhibition Period: until 2018/12/31

  • Location:G02

    The “Strange Matter” exhibition brings you into the bizarre world of materials science.

    Materials science is “the study of stuff". The evolution of materials has been the driving force behind our civilization and technology advancement, and is the key to satisfying our everyday needs.

    The “Strange Matter” exhibition features more than 40 interactive exhibits, introducing the structure and properties of materials, the latest developments in materials science, its applications and future trends.

    Exhibition Period: 2018/04/06~2018/10/28


  • Location:G02

    To encourage children and youth to put their creativity to work, cultivate scientific thinking, and promote STEAM (i.e.,science, technology, engineering, art, and math) educational concept, Macao Science Center is collaborating with Semia Limited and LEGO® Education to hold the “Think Brick – Play and Learn with LEGO® Education” activity. Participants can enjoy building structures with LEGO® bricks, assembling or programming robots, and feel excited about learning different kinds of science. 


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