Science & Technology

World-leading quantum computer will give USask ‘quantum boost’

"It’s an incredible engineering feat ... and it’s here on Canadian soil,” said Dr. Steven Rayan (PhD)

Corinne Schuster-Wallace to lead USask’s Global Institute for Water Security

Department of Geography and Planning associate professor began a five-year term as executive director on Sept. 1, 2023

USask concert will mix music and math

Musical performance tells the story of University of Saskatchewan quantum science research

USask researchers receive more than $8.7 million in NSERC funding

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers from a variety of colleges and departments have received funding for projects through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC) Discovery Grants program

USask project to advance plant pathogen research receives nearly $800,000

Biology department head Dr. Chris Todd (PhD) is taking the EPPICentre to its next phase

This solar cycle, the sun’s activity is more powerful and surprising than predicted

The aurora is both a scientific wonder and a risk factor to industry, writes USask postdoctoral fellow Dr. Daniel Billett (PhD)

Space training program at USask launched many careers

Seven-year International Space Mission Training Program wrapped up this summer

Interpersonal skills key in USask-led space training program, students say

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The International Space Mission Training Program ended July 25 with stratospheric balloons launched from the Cudworth, Sask. airport

Putting Indigenous knowledge at the forefront of water research in Canada

Indigenous water experts and Knowledge Keepers have created a protocol that puts co-generation of research at the forefront

USask researchers receive $7 million in CIHR funding

Department of Chemistry faculty member Dr. Eric Price (PhD) is among the recipients for a project aimed at imaging and treating head and neck cancer

USask experts sound warning over wildfire smoke, drought conditions

A record year of wildfires is threatening communities and leaving trails of devastation through forests

Final launch a success in student space training program at USask

Students came from across Canada and Norway to learn skills to work in space research and industries