Biology Week showcases the important and amazing world of the biosciences, getting everyone from children to professional biologists involved in fun and interesting life science activities.
Now in its fourth year, Biology Week 2015 will be running from Saturday 10th - Sunday 18th October. Find out how you can get involved with the biggest week in the biology calendar.
This year's events include; science festivals, Big Biology Days, dino digs, competitions, lectures, and music and storytelling; organised by our member organisations, schools, and individuals - anyone can get involved!
There are lots of ways to get involved at your school, college or university. You could use our Biology Week 2015 quiz to put your science knowledge to the test, compete in the bio-bake off, get creative with some BioArtAttack, go on a 'fungal foray' or bioblitz, try out some kitchenscience, attend a lecture or local event, or even have a STEM speaker come to your school.
Even better, create a timetable of events so you can be involved every day of the week!
Lots of ideas and resources are available all-year round.
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