Katie/Hannah - great question!
Believe it or not, augmented reality can be used in almost every single educational and career field. Let me give you a couple examples geared towards biology. Imagine walking through a park and you see a beautiful flower, but don't know anything about it. You can point your phone towards the flower/tree/plant/butterfly and immediately received digital information superimposed on the screen. It will tell you the name, division, where you can find them, perhaps even a button which you can press which can have someone send a couple of those flowers to your house! The same can go for marine biology and wildlife. Instead of pointing your phone towards a flower, imagine walking through a jungle and through AR lens an extinct animal comes walking out of a bush in front of you. Then the screen shows you information about the animal and there is a voice that describes the traits and origins of the animal.
The possibilities are endless. Keep asking such questions!