USask PhD student earns Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship for fungal research

University of Saskatchewan (USask) PhD student Jensen Cherewyk has been awarded one of Canada’s most prestigious doctoral scholarships for leading-edge research into an overlooked compound formed by a toxic fungus in forage grasses and cereal grains that threatens human and animal food safety.

USask signs MOU with Agtech Accelerator to support industry in Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Agtech Accelerator, accentuating the university’s role in the innovation ecosystem and building a pipeline of talent for the agricultural industry.

USask dentistry research team proves biofilm method can be used to inexpensively test new tooth decay treatments

A University of Saskatchewan (USask) dentistry research team has proved the usefulness of a method of simulating tooth decay that can allow researchers to test new treatment options without a large expense.

Designing the future of accelerator physics

Memorandum of Understanding for the Future of Circular Collider Feasibility Study signed

USask researcher makes important link between climate change and disease prevalence in the Canadian Arctic

University of Saskatchewan (USask) Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) PhD candidate Kayla Buhler has spent her academic career in the sky and on the ground of the Canadian Arctic, examining how infectious diseases are transmitted through the interactions of wildlife with their environment.

USask water experts named to list of world’s most highly-cited researchers

Two University of Saskatchewan (USask) Global Institute for Water Security researchers have been named to Clarivate’s 2021 Highly-Cited Researchers list. Researchers honoured on this list have published multiple academic papers that rank in the top 1% of citations in their field that year from the global Web of Science.   

Saskatoon hospital foundations offer support to USask’s VIDO

Three of Saskatoon’s hospital foundations have partnered to donate $230,000 in support of Canada’s Centre for Pandemic Research at the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO).