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Undergraduate Degrees

There are many paths to becoming a Jayhawk in Biology. Discover which is right for you and explore our majors.
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Graduate Programs

Our graduate programs can help you advance your career or delve deeper into a specific facet of biology. KU has two a globally-recognized graduate programs that offer PhDs, masters degrees and certificates.
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Biology News

Sea fireflies synchronize their sparkle to seek soulmates

"Sea fireflies synchronize their sparkle to seek soulmates" new research by KU Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Professor Trevor Rivers finds.


LAWRENCE — Investigators at the University of Kansas have played a key role in deciphering a previously unidentified cluster of genes responsible for producing sartorypyrones, a chemical made by the fungal pathogen Aspergillus fumigatus, whose family can cause a deadly infection in humans. Their…

KU Bio Communications Coordinator Named Employee of the Month

Maria Losito announced October Employee of the Month!

After two years, still no progress on proposed ISB 2 to replace Haworth Hall

The University of Kansas has not broken ground on a proposed science building despite being declared shovel-ready in 2021. The University planned Integrated Science Building 2, or ISB 2, to replace aging facilities.
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