SASKATOON – Members of the media are invited to attend the first day of a new Indigenous youth athlete program hosted by the College of Kinesiology, Huskie Athletics and the University of Saskatchewan.
SASKATOON – The legalization of cannabis presents far-reaching economic and social implications for policy makers across Canada, according to researchers at the province’s two universities.
SASKATOON – Media and members of the public are invited to attend a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Memorial Gates on the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) campus, on Saturday.
Members of the media are invited to join the Right Honourable Paul Martin for the John A. Stack Memorial Forum as he talks about Indigenous education initiatives in Canada.
SASKATOON – Research at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has linked the use of insecticides to serious health issues in songbirds.
Inland Steel Products makes donation to Home Ice Campaign to create ‘Smuker’s Lounge’
SASKATOON–New research from the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has enhanced the understanding about the causes of the hormonal fluctuations women experience as they approach menopause.
Ness Ziona, Israel, and Saskatoon–In cutting-edge research aimed at breeding better lentils, a partnership between University of Saskatchewan (U of S) crop scientists and world-leading genomic big data company NRGene of Israel has successfully sequenced two wild lentil genomes—the largest legume genomes ever assembled.
The Wilson Centre’s Pitch Party marked 10 years of celebrating the successes of Saskatchewan entrepreneurs at a sold-out event on Monday.
University of Saskatchewan, College of Pharmacy and Nutrition announce appointment of Robert Laprairie as Research Chair in Cannabinoids Discovery and Development
SASKATOON – The College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has announced a new scholarship that will fully fund the tuition, student fees and textbooks of one Juris Doctor (JD) student, who has claimed or is claiming refugee status in Canada, for the duration of their three-year law degree.
SASKATOON – With the first snowfall of the year out of the way and weather predicted to be in the minus, 46 brave Edwards students will host their annual Chillin’ for Charity event Thursday at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).