USask launches “Fast License” program to speed commercialization

The University of Saskatchewan is making it easier for companies to commercialize technologies that university researchers develop.

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AIMday™ program launched Canada-wide under new agreement

Building upon the success of AIMday industry-academic matchmaking events and demand from other Canadian institutions for expansion of the approach, University of Saskatchewan (U of...

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Academics and industry tackle “big data” challenges at U of S-led AIMday™ event

How can you extract the most value from volumes of data to better use Saskatchewan-grown crops for health and wellness applications? How can you use “big data” to improve short-ter...

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U of S-led AIMday™ Imaging event brings together academia and industry to address global challenges

SASKATOON— How do you help solve the world’s biggest challenges? By bringing together the right people who have the know-how and access to resources to tackle global issues.

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AIMday™ Minerals 2017 Project Shortlist

U of S, IMII announce research project shortlist from North America’s first AIMday™ initiative

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Developing new technology for cheaper biofuel

Professor Lee Wilson and Leila Dehabadi put corn at the centre of new, more efficient technology for separating water from ethanol (photo credit: David Stobbe).

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