Biology Week 2018 is from 6th-14th October and 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 seventh year, Biology Week will see events take place all over the world that celebrate biology, get more people involved and aware of the subject, and encourages as many people as possible to embrace their enthusiasm for the subject.
Events get more diverse every year and can be run by anyone with enthusiasm for biology; science festivals, Big Biology Days, dino digs, competitions, lectures, fungal forays, music and storytelling - anyone and everyone can get involved.
Are you already running a Biology Week event?
If you have an event during Biology Week that you would like us to help promote and deliver, fill in our Biology Week events form and we will add it to our Biology Week calendar.
Want to get involved, but still not sure how?
Last year we made some downloadable guides to help you put together your own Biology Week event:
- Guide for primary school teachers
- Guide for secondary school teachers
- Guide for biosciences societies at universities
- Guide for small and Member Organisations
- Guide for members and individuals
Need help with press and comms for your event?
Are you a teacher and want to run an event?
We've put together tailored guides for primary school teachers and secondary school teachers, including ideas for events, things to consider when running your Biology Week event and how we can help you make the most out of putting something together to help us celebrate biology.
Even if you're not a member, or have an educational background in biology you can get involved too!
We've put together guides for individual members or biology enthusiasts that want to get involved too and run a Biology Week event, check it out.
Find out what your local branch is doing for Biology Week!
Any other questions?
Contact us to find out more about how you can get involved and help celebrate Biology Week!