Biology is the science of living things. Biologists study the structure, function, growth, origin, evolution and distribution of all living organisms.
Throughout the GCSE course, students will learn about how living things really work and where each living organism fits into the bigger picture. During the AS course, students will then get the chance to delve deeper into why things are the way they are. It can be incredibly satisfying to begin to form an understanding of the more difficult concepts and form links between them.
Here at NUAST, we study biology through a combination of practical and theoretical work; we cover a range of topics, including cellular and molecular biology, microbiology, biodiversity and conservation.
- Y10 Girls in Physics trip
Some lucky NUAST students attended a day hosted by The University of Nottingham. (13/07/2018)
- Rocket trip at Kimberly school
The trip was organised by the University of Nottingham and the Ogdon trust. (21/06/2018)
- Y12 Chemists educational visit to The University of Nottingham
Chemistry lectures and thunder and lightning demonstrations (24/01/2017)
- NUAST students come second from 200 schools!
Chemistry Challenge (20/01/2016)