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HONOURS IN BIOLOGY

OUR HONOURS PROGRAM IS YOUR CHANCE TO BECOME INVOLVED IN UNRAVELLING THE MYSTERIES OF LIFE

Apply your knowledge and skills to focus deeply on one research problem under the supervision of academic staff.
Learn more at an information session to be held on May 6th at 1pm in the DT Anderson lecture theatre.

Latest news

    • NSW Land clearing law saves (some) native mammals

      Eucalyptus forest on the slopes of the Snowy mountains © Global Warming Images

      A new report estimates the New South Wales Native Vegetation Act, which prohibits broad-scale clearing of forests, has saved 265,000 native mammals in just five years.

    • Dingo defined thanks to scientists' museum search

      Drawing from the Voyage of Governor Phillip of the Dog of New South Wales

      The dingo has been definitively classified as a distinct Australian animal thanks to new research led by Dr Mathew Crowther from the School of Biological Sciences.

    • Tribute to a plant cell biologist

      Associate Professor Jan Marc

      Associate Professor Jan Marc passed away last week after a long battle with leukaemia. Jan has been a member of the School since 1992 and was a very popular teacher to countless undergraduate students.

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    Undergraduate

    Interested in life and the world around you? Come and develop your interests within biology while gaining insight into current issues.

    Honours

    Do real research under the guidance of some of the most highly respected scientists in Australia.

    Postgraduate

    Continue your high-achieving studies with a masters and/or PhD, enabling you to pursue specialised career paths in Australia and abroad.

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    Our dynamic and interdisciplinary research community is made up of internationally recognised researchers who attract high levels of industry support.