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BioScan 2018

Posted on 2018-02-07 in News, Events

Bioscan 2018

This coming February 9-11 we will be hosting Bioscan. BioScan is an event hosted
by the University of Saskatchewan's Biology Club every three years. This event is a
collaboration of the Biology Department's staff and students to teach people of all
ages about the importance of the biological sciences. We will be needing volunteers
and would love your help! If you are interested in volunteering please visit here or drop by the
lounge during our open hours from 10:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m

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