Science & Technology

USask researcher and Nobel laureate Herzberg predicted source of comet’s green hue in 1939

Comet 2022 E3 (ZTF) will be visible from Earth in early February for the first time in 50,000 years

University of Saskatchewan chemist says it might be the time to let go of gas stoves

CBC News
USask chemist Dr. Tara Kahan (PhD) has studied the effects of gas stoves on the environment around them

U.S. considers gas stove ban due to 'hidden hazard.' Will Canada follow?

CTV News
"We know you are introducing pollutants into your home and if you can avoid it - why not?" said Dr. Tara Kahan (PhD) of the USask Department of Chemistry

How a former ski hill in southern Alberta has become an important key to climate study

CBC News
"We try to follow every drop of water, every flake of snow," said Department of Geography and Planning faculty member Dr. John Pomeroy (PhD)

The Life and Legacy of Henry Taube

A graduate of the College of Arts and Science, Henry Taube is the only Saskatchewan-born winner of the Nobel Prize

USask chemist wins national institute’s early career research award

Dr. Tara Kahan (PhD) is recognized as a world leader in cryospheric chemistry and indoor chemistry

The top 10 stories of 2022

The College of Arts and Science’s most-read news stories of the year

Remembering a USask computing pioneer

Dr. Kathleen Booth (PhD) invented some of the technologies that make computers possible

USask research to benefit from prestigious Banting Fellowships

Researchers will study how Indigenous communities adapt to disaster and why Earth’s animals first moved from ocean to land

USask researcher asks public to report cougar evidence

A Department of Biology researcher is building a database to uncover the whereabouts of the secretive and elusive prairie cougar.

It feels like dogs know just when we need them most. Well, they might, experts say

CNN
When you have a strong bond with your dog, it can often intuit your feelings—and offer you support, says Dr. Colleen Dell (PhD) of the Department of Sociology

Neutrons Canada established to lead research infrastructure program

Fifteen member universities, led by USask and McMaster University, have come together to incorporate the new not-for-profit research organization