$6 million awarded for Canada Research Chairs at USask

Three new Canada Research Chairs (CRCs)—all held by female academics recognized as potential leaders in their fields—have been established at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) to carry out innovative research into air quality in cold climates, enhancing Indigenous health and well-being, and preventing cyberattacks.

Nature paper explains impact of forest management on water resources

USask study finds depth of soil and porous rock beneath trees are crucial factors

Canada: Is it really a country divided?

Is Canada a country divided?

TB in bison studied at LFCE and VIDO-InterVac

A Parks Canada scientist is conducting research at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) on bovine tuberculosis in bison to improve diagnosis of the disease and to develop better vaccines.

Computers are learning to read our feelings from our faces. What are the risks?

If computers are now capable of reading our feelings from our faces, is our emotional privacy at risk? And what are the ethical consequences, asks University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher William Buschert.

Toxic metals found in reproductive organs of critically endangered eels

Mystery of shrinking population may be linked to eels devouring their own skeletons.

Downpours of torrential rain more frequent with global warming—USask-led study

The frequency of downpours of heavy rain—which can lead to flash floods, devastation, and outbreaks of waterborne disease—has increased across the globe in the past 50 years, research led by the Global Institute for Water Security at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has found.