Biology is the science of “life.” Today's biologists are involved in researching the cloning of embryos, designer babies and genetically modified food. Biologists are also involved in finding solutions to worldwide problems such as:
· global warming;
· the extinction of species;
· AIDS and other epidemic diseases; and
· MRSA and superbugs.
Biology is a fascinating subject that allows us to make a difference to tomorrow's world by helping us understand the world we live in today
Our Aims in the Biology Department at
News Articles - Science
01 September 2016Queens Univeristy Belfast visited the Chemistry Dept to demonstrate spectroscopy
14 April 2016On Friday 4th March three Year 10 pupils Ellen, Leah and Jeri, plus their Science teacher Mrs Jordan...
25 February 2016On Friday 4th March three Year 10 pupils Ellen W, Leah C and Lillian McF will be competing on behalf...
09 November 2015This week in Science Club it was Biology week and the pupils had the opportunity plant a variety of ...
23 September 2015The Year 8 Science Club made a welcomed return to Cookstown High School. The Science Club takes plac...
17 June 2015Some of our year 8 pupils were delighted to accept a very generous donation from Performance Nutriti...
05 June 2014Week 6 of Science club - Physics Week (Final Week) Science Club members had the opportunity to mak...
05 June 2014Week 5 of Science Club Biology Week Science Club members had the opportunity to dissect a heart, e...
01 May 2014This week pupils had the opportunity to carry out Flame tests and use there results to discover what...
04 April 2014Year 8 pupils along with our visiting Spanish students enjoying a Science lesson on Living and Non-l...