Three University of Saskatchewan (USask) leaders and researchers have been inducted as fellows into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS): Dr. Volker Gerdts (DVM, PhD), Dr. Walter Siqueira (DDS, PhD) and Dr. Cheryl Waldner (DVM, PhD).
Young Innovators: USask researcher crosses biological boundaries to discover insights into multiple sclerosis
PhD candidate Cole Libner and his research team have tackled the question of how to decelerate or halt the devastating neurodegeneration caused by MS.
A pair of University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers will receive in excess of $2.4 million for two projects using Indigenous ways of being and doing to influence change in the justice system and delivery of mental health and addictions services.
Nutrien and other Founding Partners endorse Global Institute for Food Security’s Strategic Direction for Second Phase of Growth
Following a successful phase of operations and a new corporate strategy, Nutrien, the Government of Saskatchewan and the University of Saskatchewan (USask) have endorsed the renewed direction of the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS), reconfirming their Memorandum of Agreement and additional funding to support the institute’s next phase of growth.
USask researchers and the City of Saskatoon discover drug, chemical concentrations in wastewater treatment plant
The identification of the presence of recreational drugs and industrial chemicals in Saskatoon’s wastewater system are just two of the discoveries coming from a University of Saskatchewan (USask) and City of Saskatoon research partnership.
University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate student, Rory Marshall, and his research team have investigated the best location on the chest to perform compressions during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to maximize blood flow to the brain.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Gerhard Herzberg’s Nobel Prize this fall, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) chemistry department has created a new student award—the Herzberg International Equity Award—which will assist almost 50 students from 20 countries this year.