The countdown to Biology Week 8-16th October 2016 has begun.
|Quizzes||Test your science knowledge (secondary)|
|Insect Poll||Run your own poll & see which insect comes top (all ages)|
|Activity kits||21st Century BioChallenges activity kits (secondary)|
|BioArtAttack||Get creative with art and science (all ages)|
|Physiology Friday||Enter an edible #biobake (all ages)|
|Biology Changing the World||Celebrate amazing biologists of the past (all ages)|
|UK Fungus Day||Have 'fun with fungi' (all ages)|
|Nancy Rothwell Award||Specimen drawing art lessons (primary & secondary)|
|18+ and Higher Education||BioSoc quizzes and resources (university students)|
We are always really impressed with the activities teachers put on during Biology Week. You are welcome to use the resources on this page and the Biology Week event materials. We would love to hear what you have planned. You can download the Biology Week logo and the poster for schools now.
The Society, along with its Member Organisations, has put together quizzes for schools, to run either during lessons, tutor time or in science club.
Print our posters, stick them around your school and host your own poll to see which creepy crawly comes out on top.
We have ten kits of biochemistry activities schools can borrow that provide excellent enrichment activities to support the secondary curriculum. Each activity introduces participants to new concepts, vocabulary and cutting edge science, with five topics including he five topics stem cells, antibiotic resistance and genetic modification.
Get young people thinking about the biology in the world all around them, as well as exploring the possibility of communicating a scientific message through art. Create a biology-themed art collage, model or sculpture and tweet us your #BioArtAttack creations! We held a national BioArtAttack competition in 2014 - see the full shortlist for inspiration.
Bio-Bodies Bake Off: Each Biology Week, the Physiology Society challenges amateur bakers to produce a bake, savoury or sweet, representing physiology, the science of how your body works, for their chance to win some exciting prizes! View 2015's winners. There are also Physiology Friday activities, resources and citizen science projects available on their website.
Celebrate the great biologists of the past in order to inspire those of the future.
There are also a number of classroom resources available for a 7-11 year old audience.
Join in with UK Fungus Day public events at universities, science centres, museums, botanic gardens, nature reserves and National Trust venues, across the UK and Ireland.
There will be 'fun with fungi' activities for everyone to enjoy.
The Nancy Rothwell Award celebrates specimen drawing in schools and highlights the mutual benefits of combining art and science. The competition is now closed for 2015 but you can use our specimen drawing presentation, school poster, or take a look at the 2014 and 2015 winners winners for science/art lesson inspiration!
Our quizzes for university students, perfect for Biology Societies are now available to download.
Free content from Oxford University Press: book discounts, blogs, youtube videos and more.
Invite a STEM Ambassador into your school or arrange a speaker for inspiring and intriguing talks and activities. Learn about new careers and cutting-edge research of biosciences. Perfect for science clubs, assemblies or lessons.
Alternatively, get in touch with the National STEM Centre.
Use our posters to inspire students around your school.
There are a diverse range of careers available in the biosciences.
Find out more about technicians and research assistants working in a variety of fields around the country by reading and watching our technicians careers profiles.
More resources are available in our careers section.
Find out more about spiders by downloading our app to identify any eight-legged guests in your home this winter.
Supplement your lessons with interesting and interactive resources: