USask researcher finds wheat byproduct in feed may cut methane emissions

On a mission to feed a hungry and growing world in a way that is environmentally sustainable, a University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate researcher is working to reduce greenhou...

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Breath of fresh air: USask researcher combats odours and emissions from sewage plants

Urban wastewater treatment plants are an essential part of keeping water safe and clean in and around communities. These plants treat wastewater used by people to ensure it is safe...

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USask soil health research helps sustain and expand Indigenous farming operations

Understanding how agricultural practices affect soil health and quality on Indigenous agricultural lands is crucial to the sustainability and resiliency of the land in the face of ...

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USask researcher helps to protect Earth’s atmosphere by interpreting satellite data

If you look up at the night sky, there’s a chance you are gazing directly at the Odin satellite—home to the University of Saskatchewan (USask)-designed Optical Spectrograph and Inf...

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USask study helps build a new ‘normal’ for family planning in 2SLGBTQ+ communities

Almost every human faces the monumental and deeply personal choice to have children or not. The decision can be extremely complex, especially for members of the Two-Spirit, lesbian...

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Playing video games may enhance reading skills, says USask study

University of Saskatchewan (USask) psychology graduate student Shaylyn Kress may have identified what kids have wanted their parents to think all along – that playing video games r...

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