Student studies duckling survival in cropland

U of S study first to directly compare duckling survival in native prairie to survival in cropland planted with winter wheat.

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Balancing Indigenous rights and Arctic energy projects

Student develops flexible, adaptable model for consultation with Indigenous communities that may be used by Canada and other Arctic states to avoid possible future conflicts.

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Student mapping language areas of the human brain

The U of S research is already helping surgeons in Saskatoon.

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Brazilian student shines light on nanomaterials

Student develops cheap nanomaterials for medical imaging and security scanning.

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Engineering research could help save energy worldwide

Student designed an HVAC system up to 20 per cent more effective than today’s technology.

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Student engineers cartilage tissues to combat osteoarthritis

Student designs 3D scaffolds, enabling cartilage cells to grow

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Protecting high-tech devices from cosmic rays

U of S Student works with industry to solve vulnerability of computer circuits to particles from space

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Student aims to unlock secrets of dark matter

U of S research looks at the invisible, mysterious substance that holds galaxies together.

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Finding ancient minerals for high-tech uses

U of S student finds Saskatchewan’s rare earth elements very different from other sites around the world

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Rated 65+ - Student designs videogames for seniors

U of S researchers looking into how playing videogames can benefit the health and well-being of older adults.

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Student uses synchrotron to study world’s thinnest material

U of S researchers are studying a novel material ideal for use in everything from artificial muscles, to futuristic foldable computer display screens.

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Using new methods to detect food adulteration

Using new methods to detect food adulteration

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Searching for plague among prairie dogs

Student studies ancient disease in little prairie critters

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New tools help battle canola disease

U of S student studies clubroot, a devastating disease for the canola industry.

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