The Department of Biology
Biology today is the study of all living organisms and their relationships and interactions with other living organisms. Different biologists study different elements of Biology: genetics, cell biology, physiology, ecology, population biology, limnology, toxicology, conservation, behaviour, parasitology, development, etc. All of these learning and career opportunities are available to students in the Department of Biology at the University of Saskatchewan. We have lectures to lay down the ground rules, laboratories to get your hands busy and field trips to get your feet wet! Additional options within your program can include courses from agriculture, commerce, environmental science, toxicology and paleobiology.
Biology student studies duckling survival in cropland
posted November 29, 2013
Student studies duckling survival in cropland by Thomas Onion University of Saskatchewan biology student David Johns has spent two summers scouring southern Saskatchewan...
BIOL 990 SEMINAR: EVO-DEVO OF SKELETAL TISSUES: CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BASES FOR CHANGES TO FORM AND TYPE
posted November 8, 2013
BIOL 990 SEMINAR: Evo-devo of skeletal tissues: Cellular and molecular bases for changes to form and type. Presented by: Brian F. Eames, PhD Department of Anatomy and Cell...
Biology Student Studies Duck Decline
posted October 30, 2013
By Thomas Onion University of Saskatchewan biology student David Johns has spent two summers scouring southern Saskatchewan for northern pintail ducks, a species whose numbers have declined due to...
|April 10, 2014||BIOL 990 Student Symposium |
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