The fall term one is coming to a close and you may have missed out on making the most of it. Get a head start on your academics and your career by launching your undergraduate research profile in term two.
The U of S-led research aims to predict Canada’s future hydrology and support decision-making.
Two University of Saskatchewan computer scientists are among the first grant recipients of Microsoft’s AI for Earth program.
University of Saskatchewan researchers have found a unique blood-cooling system in the head of “kissing bugs” that transmit life-threatening Chagas disease—a finding that may help develop next-generation pest control tools to thwart these blood-sucking critters.
As the country prepares for the legalization of cannabis next year, the U of S is ramping up research into the healing effects of medical marijuana.
Scientists from the Canadian Light Source (CLS) have teamed up with researchers from the University of Saskatchewan to develop a new technique to examine drought tolerance in wheat.