Four U of S students awarded prestigious Vanier Scholarships

2018 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships have been awarded to four top University of Saskatchewan PhD students working in health, water and feral horse conservation research.

U of S research builds bones with 3D printer

Strand by strand, and layer by layer, Daniel Chen’s research team is inching closer to repairing and rebuilding bones with the use of 3D printing technology.

U of S researcher awarded Banting Fellowship

University of Saskatchewan researcher Maaike Helmus has been awarded a prestigious Banting Post-doctoral Fellowship for studying risk assessment tools that could help courts determine whether inmates, particularly Indigenous individuals, are likely to re-offend.

U of S awarded $2.4M for Indigenous health care, stroke recovery and cancer research

Two Indigenous health initiatives are among four University of Saskatchewan (U of S) research projects awarded more than $2.4 million by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR).

Remote presence technology improves access to ultrasound in northern Sask.

Medical researchers, faculty and graduates from the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Medicine are among the pioneers of a new remote technology ultrasound system that may one day make it possible for people in Saskatchewan’s remote and isolated communities to have the same access to the diagnostic tool as people in larger centres.

Probing reasons for deferred motherhood

University of Saskatchewan researcher Karen Lawson is studying the psychological and social factors behind an increasing number of Canadian women delaying motherhood, a trend that has ramifications for women themselves and for the country’s societal and economic future.