Research aims to improve CPR and patient outcomes

A USask graduate student has found that the chest location where compressions are performed influences how much blood is pumped to the brain.

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USask researcher explores water economy on the Prairies

In the Prairie provinces, where agriculture is a fundamental industry, water is an essential ingredient in the recipe for a healthy economy.

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USask researcher uses innovative imaging techniques to determine blood clot composition

An innovative new project by a USask graduate student used synchrotron-based imaging techniques to examine what blood clots are made of.

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USask researcher seeks to minimize loss of fresh fruit and vegetables

The carbon footprint of food produced and not consumed has been ranked as the third top greenhouse gas emitter.

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New USask research helps rescue threatened bison

Fast like the wind, baby bison Skeeter happily runs to his mum across the pastures of USask's Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence.

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USask tackles pre-teen male infertility with stem cells

New USask stem cell research may help endangered animals reproduce and may one day be key to curing infertility in boys that is sometimes caused by cancer treatments.

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