The animal gut, like that of humans, is home to millions of microbes that serve various functions, and the health of an animal’s gut is critical to their overall health.
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) community came together in droves to celebrate Black History Month this year.
A gift of $300,003 from the Samit and Reshma Sharma Foundation will support graduate students pursuing research in infectious diseases and vaccines, water security, and agriculture
Following years of collaborating with other universities to train dermatology residents for Saskatchewan, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Medicine will welcome its first resident into its newly accredited dermatology program in July 2024.
In October of 2023, Dr. Linda Young (BA’94, BFA’98, MEd’20, PhD'2023) became the first ever University of Saskatchewan (USask) PhD candidate to earn her doctorate not through a traditional defence, but through Conversation. Her innovative dissertation format, comprised of 10 videos, four bookworks, a glossary of terms, and a gallery show, was developed through carefully followed traditional protocol, a connection to community, and a lifelong relationship with education.
A generous gift of $150,000 from K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) will allow SCI-FI Science Camps to continue to offer free programming to Saskatchewan youth interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
While winter has many of us hibernating, USask greenhouses are full of life.