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USask researcher and Paralympian seeks plant-based solution to iron deficiency

A new breed of field peas may lead to the development of an effective ‘food-first’ iron supplement.

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Musician moves from Brazil to Canada to pursue education at USask

Ricardo Martins will receive a Bachelor of Music (BMus) individualized degree during USask's 2021 Fall Convocation

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USask research: Multi-species bacteria a threat to Canadian swine industry

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.

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USask anthropology student and hip-hop artist promotes diverse voices

ZHE the Free—aka Zoe Slusar—wants young people of all backgrounds and identities to share their passions with the world

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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.

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‘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.

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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.