USask software helps predict floods and freshwater supplies

The USask software has predicted the high snowpacks that occurred in the Rockies this year and the low snowpacks of previous years—useful for forecasting floods and droughts.

#MeToo movement needs to be more inclusive—USask study

The students in the study thought social media could counteract outdated messages from mainstream media and is key to promoting a positive cultural change in how people think about...

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New USask filter may lead to safer drinking water

USask PhD student Khaled Zoroufchi Benis has recently been awarded a prestigious 2020 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.

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New USask disease detection tool may save millions for canola industry

The new testing can be done in the field in just one hour with accurate results.

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USask research on Spanish Flu teaches lessons about pandemics

During the Spanish flu, the number of cases increased in Saskatchewan when people started to gather to celebrate the end of the Great War.

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USask advances new technology that turns waste into “green” fuel

USask researchers have been improving the producton of syngas, a possible cheaper eco-friendly alternative to fossil fuels, by making it faster and possibly cheaper, as well as “gr...

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New USask app tracks causes of algae bloom

A new University of Saskatchewan (USask) smartphone app will help farmers and communities identify hotspots of nutrient contamination in freshwaters and possibly predict where alga...

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