A new breed of field peas may lead to the development of an effective ‘food-first’ iron supplement.
Ricardo Martins will receive a Bachelor of Music (BMus) individualized degree during USask's 2021 Fall Convocation
A previously innocuous bacterium that’s considered to be part of a pig’s biological makeup is causing increased cases of fever and death among Canadian swine herds.
ZHE the Free—aka Zoe Slusar—wants young people of all backgrounds and identities to share their passions with the world
Have a kid with a cough? One-third of Canadians think parents will still send children to school while sick: USask survey
More than one-third of Canadians don’t trust parents to keep their children home from school if they develop COVID-19 symptoms.
‘We are on the precipice of a technological revolution’: New USask mathematics graduate begins PhD studies in quantum science
When Sheldon Miller receives his Master of Science (MSc) degree in mathematics this November, he will join a growing group of more than 164,000 University of Saskatchewan (USask) alumni from around the world—including a Nobel Prize winner.
Hounds of hope: USask researcher investigates how service dogs can improve the mental health of veterans
The human-to-animal connection may reduce the risk of suicide in military Veterans by providing unique social support.