research

Global Water Futures announces 21 new projects

The U of S-led research aims to predict Canada’s future hydrology and support decision-making.

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U of S researchers in global food security awarded grants from Microsoft

Two University of Saskatchewan computer scientists are among the first grant recipients of Microsoft’s AI for Earth program.

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St. Andrew’s College names new principal

Richard Manley-Tannis will be the new principal of St. Andrew’s College.

people

Sociology professor receives national equity award

Sociologist Elizabeth Quinlan has received a national award recognizing her work promoting equality and justice.

people

Leading health researchers honoured

World-renowned vaccine researcher Andrew Potter was among those recognized by the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) for their outstanding contributions to creating a culture of innovation and health research in the province.

colleges

Dentistry a lifelong passion

You might not expect it from the University of Saskatchewan’s new dean in the College of Dentistry, but crooked teeth had a big impact on Dr. Doug Brothwell’s childhood self-esteem.

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U of S researchers discover vampire bugs’ fatal flaw

University of Saskatchewan researchers have found a unique blood-cooling system in the head of “kissing bugs” that transmit life-threatening Chagas disease—a finding that may help develop next-generation pest control tools to thwart these blood-sucking critters.