Innovative research finds influenza detection system in body

University of Saskatchewan researchers have found a unique “sensor” mechanism inside cells that enables the immune system to recognize influenza, a finding that may lead to improved vaccines in the future.


How to improve farm safety for kids

Agriculture is rated among the most dangerous industries by the International Labour Organization, and not just for adults.


U of S X-ray technology, wetlands research get NSERC boost

University of Saskatchewan researchers Irena Creed and Tim Kelly have been awarded a total of $1.2 million by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC) for two research projects that can improve the prairie environmental landscape and transform breast cancer screening technology.


Bennett set to lead Huskies men’s volleyball program

Huskie Athletics is pleased to announce the hiring of Nathan Bennett as the new head coach of the University of Saskatchewan's men's volleyball program.


Preparing U of S health-care students for the new reality of end-of-life care

Two years ago, the federal government dramatically changed the health-care landscape by providing patients with the right to choose medical assistance in dying.


Recreation and participation

Every week, thousands of people put the university’s recreation and fitness facilities to use, taking part in a plethora of programs from personal training and children’s activity camps, to swimming, dance and yoga classes.


Co-op student success on campus

Since 2007, more than 400 students have participated in the co-op education program in the Edwards School of Business, with 95 per cent of students' placements located in Saskatoon.