Biology Club

<p>Hey everyone,</p>

<p>Do any of your school's have a biology club? And if so, what do you guys do? I googled this, but could not find many useful results. I'm thinking about starting one, since I really like biology, but only if it will be a club that will be interesting. Thanks!</p>

<p>bump10char</p>

<p>Nope, but usually clubs like tend to die off unless if you're an godly leader or your friends are passionate about biology as well. If your school has open spaces nearby, I suppose you could collected insects and document the wildlife. If you get your biology teacher's approval, you could do cool stuff like bacterial transformation or experiments with plants, insects, or non-hazardous cells. It would be pretty hard work to pull it off, but it might work. If it doesn't, you could just work in a lab at a local university or hospital that conducts research (just email professors).</p>

<p>I already do research in a lab, but with a grad student instead of the professor since the professor is too busy. Do you think that is okay? Thanks!</p>

<p>Yeah. That's normal actually because most professors work primarily in their offices anyways.</p>

<p>Thanks! Any other opinions about a Bio Club or doing research with a grad student instead of the professor? Really hoping to start a Bio Club, and am wondering if anyone can share good ideas that Bio Clubs at their schools use. Thanks again!</p>

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<p>I find your repeated bumping annoying, but it worked; I'm responding.</p>

<p>Any club you start will only be as interesting as you make it. I sounds like you have no idea what you want to do with it, so I doubt it will be very interesting for you or anyone else.</p>

<p>What is your purpose for starting this club?</p>

<p>To explore your intersts in biology and, if so, how?
For a college admissions advantage?
To meet likeminded hot chicks/dudes?
Dissection fetish?</p>

<p>Well I was thinking we could study/tutor biology, and possibly do a few dissections and have a few speakers, but do you guys have any ideas that would make the club more exciting? What do bio clubs at your schools do? Thanks!</p>

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