Science & Technology

Computer mapping of brain connections may reduce the number of required MRI scans: USask research

University of Saskatchewan PhD candidate Josh Neudorf and members of his research team are using innovative computer technology to map brain function

Sask. researcher hopes new technology will create better cancer treatment

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Dr. Eric Price (PhD) believes he and his team have made new discoveries that could improve the lives of many

$500,000 in federal funding awarded for Canada Research Chair at USask

College of Arts and Science researcher Dr. Eric Price (PhD) has built a chemistry research lab over the last five years that investigates how radiopharmaceuticals can be used in health care

USask crop research aims to innovate, thanks to new funding investment

USask researchers have been awarded more than $5.7 million to develop crop-related innovations

Building a tool for more efficient software coding: USask research

College of Arts and Science graduate researcher Avijit Bhattacharjee has set out to find a solution to software bugs with a tool that helps developers to read, understand and document computer code

Disrupting COVID-19 with potential new treatments: USask research

A University of Saskatchewan research team has discovered insights into the structure of the virus that causes COVID-19, possibly leading to new treatment options

USask at COP26: Excellent science, inspiring art, and a disappointing result for the world

Department of Geography and Planning faculty members reflect on the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference

Glaciers losing their cool

51 Degrees North
The fate of Canadian glaciers is not set in stone, writes USask hydrology PhD candidate Caroline Aubry-Wake

Understanding space, improving life on Earth

The Globe and Mail
The University of Saskatchewan is home to SuperDARN, which helps position Canada as a global leader in monitoring space weather conditions

New scholarships will support USask students in fine arts, astronomy and environmental programs

The Gerald & Joan Johnson Endowed Student Award was created through a $100,000 gift to the College of Arts and Science

New USask short film highlights water security issues

“Water You Waiting For,” an animated video created by two USask students, is included in the BC Environmental Film Festival

‘A scientist through and through’: USask historian reflects on Gerhard Herzberg’s life

Dec. 10, 2021 is the 50th anniversary of Dr. Gerhard Herzberg's Nobel Prize in Chemistry