Student wants to bring forest back to Flin Flon

The project has used the Canadian Light Source synchrotron to analyze metals in the soil that are responsible for plant toxicity in the area.

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Student takes math to heart

U of S project sets goal of simulating a heartbeat, in a heartbeat’s time. This type of simulations could be used for medical testing one day.

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Researcher hunts for hepatitis C cure

The student is studying how the virus replicates in cells to advance the research for a possible vaccine.

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Finding cure for HIV a balancing act

Student researching a group of protein that can shut down the virus.

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Student studies diseases of wild urban rats

Vancouver Rat Project is the first study in Canada to evaluate the health of wild rats.

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Humour, media savvy key to ParticipAction’s success

U of S research offers insight into how information campaigns focused on health and fitness were created in the 1970s and 1980s.

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Student aims for better assessment of uranium toxicity in sediment

Project may contribute to the development of more science-based and region-specific regulations and improve management of uranium concentrations downstream of mining operations in ...

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Student ambassadors promote science

Science program pairs U of S students with remote learning communities to make science fun and relevant for young people.

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Synchrotron shines light on prostate cancer

Student uses high energy X-rays that can image prostate tissue in immense detail.

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History of province's early sex trade uncovered

Student has found that Saskatoon was tolerant to sex trade at the turn of the 20th century.

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Genes key to rust resistance in wheat

This U of S research may lead to lower the need for fungicides, putting more money in producers’ pockets.

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