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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.

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Professor Doug Chivers awarded Distinguished Scientist Award
posted May 25, 2017
Congratulations to Doug Chivers on his award of Distinguished Scientist Details...

Essentials of Developmental Plant Anatomy Textbook Published
posted January 26, 2017
Essentials of Developmental Plant Anatomy Steeves and Sawhney, 2017 This book provides a developmental perspective to plant anatomy. The intent of the book is to provide fundamental information on...

graduate scholarships at University of Sherbrooke
posted January 23, 2017
Three graduate student scholarships in soil ecology, relevant for students wishing to pursue careers in conservation biology or environmental protection. See here and...

Yellowhead Flyway Birding Trail Summer Program Facilitator posting
posted January 19, 2017
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University of Saskatchewan
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Saskatoon, SK S7N 5E2
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