Science & Technology

USask research sheds light on the building blocks of photosynthesis at the cellular level

In a new study recently published in the prestigious journal Nature Plants, USask researchers took a deeper look into how plants control the growth of the important cells that allow them to convert sunlight into chemical energy

USask researchers awarded NSERC funding for future innovation in science, health and engineering

University of Saskatchewan researchers in diverse disciplines were awarded more than $7 million in federal government grant funding

Q&A: USask students launch high-altitude balloon into near-space

A group of University of Saskatchewan students were part of an international team that launched a balloon 32.2 kilometres into near-space, from the Cudworth Airport area outside of Saskatoon

Museum field trips return to USask

About 2,400 kids from 100 classrooms took part in the field trips hosted by museums and departments of the College of Arts and Science this spring

Cutting-edge imaging yields new insights into stroke

Canadian Light Source
Team member Miranda Messmer was a USask undergraduate research student with the College of Arts and Science at the time of the study and will be a graduate student with the College of Medicine in the fall

Students learn on the land at First Nation in new USask course

Students in GEOG 465 spend a week living at Mistawasis Nêhiyawak, Sask.

Arts and Science graduate honoured with Governor General’s Silver Medal

Dr. Melanie Gibbons (DVM) will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in statistics during Spring Convocation

Longtime interest in math and technology leads to USask degree

Award-winning student Noah Friesen will receive a Bachelor of Science double honours degree in mathematics and computer science at Spring Convocation

USask graduate’s research contributes to deeper understanding of mathematics behind plasmas

On Campus News
Jason M. Keller will receive a Master of Science degree during 2022 USask Spring Convocation in June

USask health studies graduate to pursue career in medicine

Paige Daubenfeld, the Most Outstanding Graduate in Health Studies award winner, will also receive the University Medal in the BA&Sc Degree during Spring Convocation

Curious by nature: How asking questions led Holly Annand to pursue a PhD at USask

Growing up, Dr. Holly Annand (PhD) was encouraged to ask questions and try different things

A passion for science

Tia Montgrand’s longtime interest in nature inspired her to study biology and geology in the College of Arts and Science