Discovery may aid oilsands cleanup

New material may offer green solution to filter oilsands contaminated water.

Read more

Research improves cold-hardy wheat

Student studies gene groups in winter wheat to help improve the crop’s cold resistance.

Read more

Student, ranchers protect prairie songbirds

U of S research research will show how various grazing decisions can affect the prairie.

Read more

Student protects animal, human health from parasites

Dogs could be an early warning system to detect the risk of parasitic exposure to humans.

Read more

Student unleashes electrical power of microbes

Fueling power cells with microbes is just daily business.

Read more

Synchrotron used to improve cancer treatment

Student designs unique drug delivery system through synchrotron science.

Read more

Student examines views of disability

Student is looks at how persons with disabilities are treated in society and portrayed in literature.

Read more

Research project on psychopaths finds there is hope for treatment

Successful treatment could reduce the risk for everyone when psychopaths re-enter the community.

Read more

Student unlocks secrets of mercury

Using synchrotron technology, student finds that organic mercury make fish sicker because mercury accumulates in the brain, eye lens and muscle tissue.

Read more

Researcher vying to save polluted lake

Researcher looks into algal blooms at Lake Diefenbaker.

Read more

First successful embryo transfer in wood bison

Two wood bison calves were born at the university’s Native Hoofstock Centre.

Read more

Battling chronic wasting disease in elk and deer

Student developing vaccine for disease affecting animals in game farm industry.

Read more

“Green” sunscreen research at the U of S

Plants may be key to protect us from harmful ultraviolet light.

Read more

Tackling obesity with computer apps

Student develops LunchTime, an app which creates a virtual restaurant where users are encouraged to make meal choices that advance their individual health goals. The users compete ...

Read more