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Reminder to all S2 and S3 pupils who wish to participate in the Royal Society of Biology’s biology challenge to give their name to their class teacher.
The challenge will be completed in March and gives all competitors an excellent chance to be recognised by the society!
All pupils intending to be considered for the science live biology trip should return their form with their name, alpha class, teachers name and parental signature by Monday 14th Sept.
The guide below should be used by all advanced higher pupils to familiarise themselves with statistical tests prior to undertaking their investigation
This can also be found in the Advanced higher section of the courses drop down menu above.
Links to the animations used in class showing the processes of transcription and translation
The link below will be helpful for higher pupils in the coming weeks
Higher pupils should find the following link useful when studying DNA structure and replication
DNA structure is discussed at the beginning and replication from around 8.50
The National 5 course textbook has now been added for pupils to use.
It can be accessed by following the courses > national 5 > resources route.
Well done to all S2 and S3 pupils who have so far participated in the biology challenge with such enthusiasm!
Those who entered to compete will all recieve a year complimentary membership to the Royal Society of Biology as a BiotNet member
To take advantage of the excellent resources, information and oppotunities avaiable through the society, use the discount code BC15 when registering your details.
Speak to Mr. Gallagher for any more information
Pupils competing in the biology challenge will find the list of websites in this link useful to revise!