Chelico looking for answers at molecular level

Much of Dr. Linda Chelico’s (PhD) success in her career as a biochemist at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) comes from having an eye for detail.


Taking the next steps: Reclaimed stone key to Indigenous Achievement Week art project

A collaborative art project that blends the past and the present will take shape during Indigenous Achievement Week (IAW) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).


Engaging Northern expertise strengthens ecological science

Doug Clark sees a future that doesn’t include people like him, and he’s okay with that.


Winter is here – keeping safe this season

We can’t control the weather, but we can control how we manage risks to keep the USask community safe.


USask master's thesis wins prestigious international award

Amir Rezaeivahdati, who completed his Master's degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan, was recently awarded the 2019 Outstanding Master's Thesis award from The Masonry Society.


USask crop researchers awarded $8M to advance food and bio-products for a sustainable future

Thirty University of Saskatchewan (USask) crop research projects have been awarded a total of more than $8 million through Saskatchewan’s Agricultural Development Fund (ADF), a program jointly supported by the federal and provincial governments and supplemented by industry partners.


USask Global Institute for Food Security awarded $600K to study extended growing season

A grant from Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Development Fund (ADF) is helping researchers at the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) pursue a project that could help extend the growing season for canola and soybean in the province and in temperate climates around the world.