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.
Northern flicker males fly further to recharge over winter
posted December 17, 2014
By Michael Robin For northern flicker dads, a hard summer looking after the chicks means flying a bit farther south than mom, likely to ensure good winter feeding to bulk up for the next year...
"Smell camouflage" protects fish from predators
posted December 10, 2014
The coral-eating harlequin filefish disguises its smell to hide from predators. Photo credit: Tane Sinclair-Taylor. ...
Nominations open for Division of Science Research Awards
posted December 3, 2014
Nominations are now open for the 2014/15 Division of Science Research Awards. University of Saskatchewan faculty can nominate their colleagues. The Distinguished Researcher Award recognizes a...
No plans to follow Ontario's lead on pesticides (StarPhoenix feat. Christy Morrissey)
posted November 27, 2014
This article featuring Christy Morrissey of the Department of Biology ran in the Nov. 27, 2014 edition of The StarPhoenix. No plans to follow Ontario's lead on pesticides By Janet French, The...
One-Day Short Course for PhD Students and Post-Doctoral Fellows
(April 23, 2015)